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Old 01-18-2004, 09:10 AM
Mike Darrett
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Default hydrogen from algae...

Dr. Melis from UC Berkeley discovered a way to produce hydrogen from
algae by withholding sulfur from their diet:

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However, kinetic data for this process is very difficult to find (at
least for me). Googling "melis rate law hydrogen", etc. didn't yield

Specifically, I'm looking to answer the question "How many liters of
H2 at STP would be produced per unit time per unit volume of algae


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