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EFFICIENT CELL-WALL DISRUPTION OF MICROALGAE CHLORELLA VULGARIS IN WATER BY CATALYTIC OZONATION OVER MICROPOROUS CARBON-SUPPORTED TITANIUM OXIDE Rame, Rame; Nilawati, Nilawati; Silvy Djayanti, Silvy; Irnaning Handayani, Novarina; Purwanto, Agus; Ruliaty, Lisa; Dwi Harjanto, Ganang
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Kementerian Perindustrian

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2018.v9.no2.p30-36

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This study investigated several parameters for cell-wall disruption from microalgae Chlorella vulgaris during catalytic ozonation over microporous carbon-supported titanium oxide, including flow ozone, catalytic time, and reactor capacity. At the same time, the cell-wall disruption yield and an active compound yield such as chlorophyll and carotenoid were evaluated for each pretreatment. The required delivered flow ozone to achieve 76,47% cell-wall disruption of Chlorella vulgaris was 1 minute at 4 LPM, which produced chlorophyll 56,75% and carotenoid 89,09%. Carbon-supported titanium oxide reduces the required O3 dose and catalytic time for cell-wall disruption; however, it limited chlorophyll yield did not exceed 75,67%. Pretreatment with 1 minute at 1 LPM in 2 liters produced carotenoid yield by approximately 98,18%, though it reduced chlorophyll to 59,45%. 
EFFICIENT CELL-WALL DISRUPTION OF MICROALGAE CHLORELLA VULGARIS IN WATER BY CATALYTIC OZONATION OVER MICROPOROUS CARBON-SUPPORTED TITANIUM OXIDE Rame, Rame; Nilawati, Nilawati; Silvy Djayanti, Silvy; Irnaning Handayani, Novarina; Purwanto, Agus; Ruliaty, Lisa; Dwi Harjanto, Ganang
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Kementerian Perindustrian

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2018.v9.no2.p30-36

Abstract

This study investigated several parameters for cell-wall disruption from microalgae Chlorella vulgaris during catalytic ozonation over microporous carbon-supported titanium oxide, including flow ozone, catalytic time, and reactor capacity. At the same time, the cell-wall disruption yield and an active compound yield such as chlorophyll and carotenoid were evaluated for each pretreatment. The required delivered flow ozone to achieve 76,47% cell-wall disruption of Chlorella vulgaris was 1 minute at 4 LPM, which produced chlorophyll 56,75% and carotenoid 89,09%. Carbon-supported titanium oxide reduces the required O3 dose and catalytic time for cell-wall disruption; however, it limited chlorophyll yield did not exceed 75,67%. Pretreatment with 1 minute at 1 LPM in 2 liters produced carotenoid yield by approximately 98,18%, though it reduced chlorophyll to 59,45%. 
EFFICIENT CELL-WALL DISRUPTION OF MICROALGAE CHLORELLA VULGARIS IN WATER BY CATALYTIC OZONATION OVER MICROPOROUS CARBON-SUPPORTED TITANIUM OXIDE Rame, Rame; Nilawati, Nilawati; Silvy Djayanti, Silvy; Irnaning Handayani, Novarina; Purwanto, Agus; Ruliaty, Lisa; Dwi Harjanto, Ganang
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Kementerian Perindustrian

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2018.v9.no2.p30-36

Abstract

This study investigated several parameters for cell-wall disruption from microalgae Chlorella vulgaris during catalytic ozonation over microporous carbon-supported titanium oxide, including flow ozone, catalytic time, and reactor capacity. At the same time, the cell-wall disruption yield and an active compound yield such as chlorophyll and carotenoid were evaluated for each pretreatment. The required delivered flow ozone to achieve 76,47% cell-wall disruption of Chlorella vulgaris was 1 minute at 4 LPM, which produced chlorophyll 56,75% and carotenoid 89,09%. Carbon-supported titanium oxide reduces the required O3 dose and catalytic time for cell-wall disruption; however, it limited chlorophyll yield did not exceed 75,67%. Pretreatment with 1 minute at 1 LPM in 2 liters produced carotenoid yield by approximately 98,18%, though it reduced chlorophyll to 59,45%.