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A real challenge of Bio Hydrogen production in front of Interdisciplinary Chemistry.....!!!!!

A real challenge of Bio Hydrogen production in front of Interdisciplinary Chemistry.....!!!!!

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  • 1. P.N. Lalwani
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • IMAGINE THE FUTURE WITH THE HYDROGEN ECONOMY …..!!!!!!
    HYDROGEN GAS SPACE RESEARCH AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRIES GLOBAL ECONOMY LIFE OF A COMMON MAN
  • 3. BIKE WHICH ACTUALLY RUN ON HYDROGEN PRODUCED ON BOARD
  • 4. WANT THIS …!!!!! CAR WHICH ACTUAL RUN ON HYDROGEN…!!!
  • 5. Industrial synthesis
    • Commercial bulk hydrogen is usually produced by steam reforming of natural gas .
    • CONDITIONS OF REACTION :- 700-1000 Degree cel.&
    • Pressure 20 atm & 600mm of Hg.
    • The product mixture is known as “synthesis gas” as it is directly utilized for the synthesis and reduction purposes.
    CH4+H2O ---------------------------> CO + 3 H2 (gas)
  • 6. MICROORGANISMS GREEN ALGAE ANEROBIC RESPIRATION AEROBIC RESPIRATION LIGHT(700-900 nm ) HYDROGENASES HYDRROGEN GAS DARK BIOLOGICAL SYNTHESIS
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. REPRESENTATIVE DIAGRAM OF PHOTOBIOREACTOR
  • 10. HYDROGEN PRODUCTION IN ACTUAL PHOTOBIOREACTOR (U. OF ILLINOIS,USA)
  • 11. HYDROGEN PRODUCTION IN ACTUAL PHOTOBIOREACTOR
  • 12. All before mentioned points describe how we can synthesize the Hydrogen from the sources available. But there are some important areas where we can improve.
  • 13. MAIN AREAS WHERE WE CAN DEVELOP THE NEW WAYS :-
    • Making it economical & safer.
    • Making it more efficient than industrial synthesis.
    • Diminishing the inhibitory effect of Oxygen .
  • 14.
    • 4. Development of cost effective photo bioreactor .
    • 5. Making it for the continuous Hydrogen production .
    • 6. Maintaining the genetic strains of high yielding microbes.
  • 15. HERE I AM WISHING TO INVITE YOU TO THINK WHOLE HEARTEDLY FOR OUR FUTURE ….!!!!!
    • AND HERE ARE THE OPPORTUNITIES
    • FOR THE CHEMISTS TO FIND THE NEW
    • WAYS ,BY USING OUR KNOWLEDGE OF
    • CHEMISTRY COLABORATIVELY WITH THE
    • OTHER FACULTIES .
  • 16. HERE ARE THE EMERGING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES
    • 1 . Development of cheap source of glucose .
    • 2 . Introducing channels (whether they may be of organic or inorganic origin )across the thyoalkaloidal membrane .
    • 3. Introducing an exogenous material in between the photo systems
    • 4. Mutating the enzyme and modification of it’s site of action
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • 5.Possible breakdown the water molecule by using the inorganic complex .
    • 6. Utilizing the gravitational force for the flow of nutrient material.
  • 19. USE OF GRAVITY TO REDUCE THE POWER CONSUMPTION FOR PLANT OPERATIONS
  • 20. WIND UP NOTE
    • RESEARCH IN INDIA :-
    • 1.I.I.T. Kharagpur.
    • 2.I am very glad to inform you that I am a proud member of OILGAE CLUB which is Indian origin club, where scholars from all over the globe meet on line , post their discussions on effective utilization of algal biomass for environment friendly lifestyle.
    • So this is a small presentation which will help us to know where we stands in this………!!!!!!
    • ERA OF HYDROGEN ECONOMY.
  • 21. BIBLIOGRAPHY :-
    • Paul Tamagnini ,R . Axelsson & colleagues , Institute for Molecular and cell Biology ,Dept. of Botany,University of Porto , Portugal. Uppsala University,SE-75236, Uppsala, Sweden.
    • 2.Debbrata Das , Tumpa Datta , Kaushik Nath , Amit K. Nath & Colleagues., Dept. of B.T. I.I.T. Kharagpur. And Clean energy research institute , College of Engineering , Miami University, Coral Gables, Florida ,USA .
    • 3.Greg Burgess, Joel Freeman , Javier G. Fernandez- Velasco, Keith L.
    • Research School of Biological Science,Photobioenergetic group, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
  • 22. BIBLIOGRAPHY :-
    • 4. Abstracts reviewed of :-
    • P.Classen, Ed W.J. Van Niel ,W. Buckel ,W. R. Hagen .,
    • 5. G. Charles Dismukes , a member of the Rutgers faculties of the Department
    • of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, the Waksman Institute and the Biochemistry and Microbiology Department.
  • 23. GUIDED & ACKNOWLEDGED BY :-
    • 1. Dr. Madhuri Kulkarni ( H.O.D. ),
    • chemistry Dept. ,
    • Modern college, Ganeshkhind, Pune.
    • 2. Dr. Sushma Katade ,
    • Associate Professor ,
    • chemistry Dept. ,
    • Modern college, Ganeshkhind, Pune.
  • 24. THANK YOU…….!!!!!