By Maheshwar Dayal (auth.), R. P. Dahiya (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400938098

ISBN-13: 9789400938090

ISBN-10: 9401081948

ISBN-13: 9789401081948

Hydrogen has been known as a common, fresh gas that's anticipated to supply power to our houses, and autos sooner or later. it truly is regarded as probably the most fascinating alternat~ves to petroleum fuels. a large amount of learn and improvement paintings on product­ ion, garage and transportation, and utilisation of hydrogen is in seasoned­ gress allover the realm. In India, numerous associations were engaged on some of the facets of the hydrogen contemplating it as an strength vector. A three-day nationwide Workshop on Hydrogen power was once organised at Indian Institute of know-how (lIT) Delhi to concentration attent­ ion on advancements in hydrogen power at nationwide and foreign degrees and to supply a discussion board to coordinate modern examine traits within the nation during this box. The displays made on the Workshop lined the themes that are thought of to be of value to see the point of view, difficulties and grants for the longer term for transition to hydrogen power. The court cases of the Workshop are mentioned during this booklet, which come with the inaugural tackle, description of the nationwide examine and improvement programme within the box of hydrogen power, papers offered on construction, garage and transportation, and utilisation of hydrogen and the panel record. within the inaugural tackle, emphasis is laid at the want for a trans­ ition from the almost immediately used fuels to the more recent ones, ideally to these that are renewable and non-polluting similar to hydrogen.

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G. Bacillus polymyxa). g. Azotobacter, Rhizobium legume root nodules). g. Chromatium, Rhodospirillum/ rubrum. g. Oscillatoria limnetica). g. Chlamydomonas, Scenedesmus, Chlorella). 2. CAPABILITIES OF ORGANISMS TO PRODUCE HYDROGEN Many strict and facultative anaerobic bacteria ferment organic substrates to hydrogen but they do not have the ability to degrade organic matter completely to CO 2 and H2 • The highest yield ever measured was 4 moles of H2 formed from 1 mole of glucose. 6 moles of HZ per mole of glucose when cultures are grown under a hydrogen pressure of about one atmosphere.

F. J. Dignam, Hydrogen-Energy Progress ~, p. 957. 51 HYDROGEN PRODUCTION BY MICROORGANISMS K. C. Khandelwal Department of Non-conventional Energy Sources New Delhi 110003 India 1. ::. g. Chlostridium pasteurianum). g. Bacillus polymyxa). g. Azotobacter, Rhizobium legume root nodules). g. Chromatium, Rhodospirillum/ rubrum. g. Oscillatoria limnetica). g. Chlamydomonas, Scenedesmus, Chlorella). 2. CAPABILITIES OF ORGANISMS TO PRODUCE HYDROGEN Many strict and facultative anaerobic bacteria ferment organic substrates to hydrogen but they do not have the ability to degrade organic matter completely to CO 2 and H2 • The highest yield ever measured was 4 moles of H2 formed from 1 mole of glucose.

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