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  1. Alkaline wood ash, turbulence, and traps with excess of sulfuric acid do not strip completely the ammonia off an agro-waste digestate

    Moure Abelenda, A., Semple, K., Lag Brotons, A., Herbert, B., Aggidis, G. & Aiouache, F., 28/08/2021, In: Edelweiss Chemical Science Journal. 4, 1, p. 19-24 6 p.

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  2. Kinetic study of the stabilization of an agro-industrial digestate by adding wood bottom ash

    Moure Abelenda, A., Semple, K., Lag Brotons, A., Herbert, B., Aggidis, G. & Aiouache, F., 15/08/2021, In: Chemical Engineering Journal Advances. 7, 7 p., 100127.

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  3. Effects of wood ash-based alkaline treatment on nitrogen, carbon, and phosphorus availability in food waste and agro-industrial waste digestates

    Moure Abelenda, A., Semple, K., Lag Brotons, A., Herbert, B., Aggidis, G. & Aiouache, F., 30/06/2021, In: waste and biomass valorization journal. 12, 6, p. 3355-3370 16 p.

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  4. Biochar with near-neutral pH reduces ammonia volatilization and improves plant growth in a soil-plant system: A closed chamber experiment

    Mandal, S., Donner, E., Smith, E., Sarkar, B. & Lombi, E., 20/12/2019, In: Science of the Total Environment. 697, 8 p., 134114.

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  5. Biochar-induced concomitant decrease in ammonia volatilization and increase in nitrogen use efficiency by wheat

    Mandal, S., Thangarajan, R., Bolan, N. S., Sarkar, B., Khan, N., Ok, Y. S. & Naidu, R., 31/01/2016, In: Chemosphere. 142, p. 120-127 8 p.

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