lecture notes-introduction-2009

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Welcome! Welcome! Introduction to Biochemical Introduction to Biochemical Engineering Engineering ( ( CHE 461.3/861.3) CHE 461.3/861.3) Instructor Instructor Dr. C. Niu Dr. C. Niu Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering
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Research Area Research Area Biosorption: Use biomaterials to adsorb inorganic (metals) or organic compounds from liquid phase Biomaterials:microorganism, food waste, agricultural waste and so on.
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Barley straw: (picture courtesy to http://www.graffitisigns.com/) 150 millions tons per year produced in the world.
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Wheat straw: (picture courtesy to http://www.art.com) 630 millions tons per year produced in the world.
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Ucide cordatus
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Crab Cake Steamed Crab
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Treated crab shells able to adsorb Treated crab shells able to adsorb gold from aqueous solution! gold from aqueous solution! 40mg Au/g 40mg Au/g
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Batch Fermenter Biofuel (ethanol) Purification
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Challenges Challenges In all bioprocesses: Improve the productivity Reduce the process cost
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Processes in Biotechnology Processes in Biotechnology Genetically Engineering The breakthrough makes it possible to develop effective bioprocess to produce the products desired for our society.
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Demands for Engineers Demands for Engineers Convert these visions of biologists to reality:
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