Production of Biodiesel from Soybean Oil Using Calcium Oxide and Cow Bone as Catalysts
Biodiesel was produced from the transesterification of soybean oil using calcium oxide and cow bone (an animal waste bone that contains hydroxyapatite, a calcium phosphate mineral) as heterogeneous catalysts. The soybean oil used was characterized using gas chromatography mass spectrometer (GCMS) and the cow bone catalyst produced was characterized using X-ray diffractometer (XRD) and X-ray...
Published at Material Focus
Published in 2018
Ayoola A. Ayodeji1,∗, Igho E. Blessing1, Babalola Rasheed2, Ojewumi E. Modupe1, Ogunbiyi Ajibola1, Abatan G. Oluwabunmi1, and Fayomi S. Ojo3,4
ABATAN Olubunmi » ABATAN Olubunmi Grace, hails from Oyo State, she was born into the family Pastor (Engr) and Mrs. M. O. Akande in Ibadan. She had her primary education at Model Nursery and Primary School Orile Agege, Lagos. she had her secondary education at Queens`s college Yaba, Lagos (1995-2001). She had her degree foundation programme in Global International College, Ikoyi, and Lagos in 2002. She later... view full profile
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