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12 responses to “Referensi

  1. ass..bagaimana cara pembuatan bioetanol dari sekam padi? trus gima cara untuk delignifikasi dan identifikasinya? terima kasih atas jawabannya..mohon bimbingannya

  2. bagaimana kalau literaturnya ataupun cara kerjanya ditampilkan

  3. Coba lihat di posting yang lain dengan tag bioethanol


  4. persentase penambahan mikroba bt fermentasi etanol ntu brp y mas???


  5. Asw. pak, gimana cara pembuatan bioethanol dengan menggunakan alang-alang? dan adakah referensi tentang alang-alang sebagai biomassa lignoselulosa. ex : potensi alang-alang sebagai bioethanol?


  6. What will be the concentration of glucose sugar before entering the fermenter?

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  10. pak saya mau nanya bioethanol dengan sekam padi…. bisa dibantu jurnalnya pak…
    khusus nya dalam proses pemurnian… pake kolom destilasi atau menggunakan membran??

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