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Table 4 Comparison of hydrogen production using various types of low-cost materials as substrate

From: Optimization of key factors affecting hydrogen production from sugarcane bagasse by a thermophilic anaerobic pure culture

Microorganism Cultivation method Temperature Substrate H2yield (mol H2/mol hexose) HPR (L/L·h) Ref.
Clostridium paraputrificum M-21 Batch 45 Corn fiber 1.1 - [29]
C. bifermentans Batch 35 Wastewater sludge 2.1a - [30]
Caldicellulosiruptor saccharolyticus Batch 70 Hydrolyzed potato steam peels 3.4 0.26d [28]
C. saccharolyticus Batch 70 Paper sludge hydrolysate 3.84 0.12 [31]
Thermotoga neapolitana Batch 80 Hydrolyzed potato steam peels 3.3 0.20d [28]
Klebsiella oxytoca HP1 Continuous 38 Bagasse 1.60b 0.35 [32]
Clostridium butyricum (immobilized) Batch 37 Sugarcane juice 1.52 0.14d [33]
NA Batch 60 Cow manure 10.25c 0.02 [34]
Seed sludge Batch 35 Pineapple waste 1.83 0.08e [35]
Seed sludge Batch 30-32 Sweet sorghum syrup 2.22 0.05 [4]
C. butyricum Batch 37 SCB hydrolysate 1.73 0.07 [11]
Thermoanaerobacterium thermosaccharolyticum W16 Batch 60 Corn stover - 0.25d [36]
T. aotearoense SCUT27/Δldh Batch 55 SCB hydrolysate 1.86 0.52 This study
  1. ammol H2/g COD.
  2. bmmol H2/g solid.
  3. cmL H2/g volatile solid.
  4. dObtained by calculation from reported data.
  5. eL H2/g volatile solid/h.