Thermophilic anaerobic co-digestion of oil palm empty fruit bunches with palm oil mill effluent for efficient biogas production
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KeywordsEmpty fruit bunches; Hydrothermal pretreatment; Palm oil mill effluent; Co-digestion; Thermophilic condition; Biogas production;
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