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Debabrata Das

Researcher at International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore

Publications -  529
Citations -  16584

Debabrata Das is an academic researcher from International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore. The author has contributed to research in topics: Biohydrogen & Dark fermentation. The author has an hindex of 53, co-authored 473 publications receiving 14399 citations. Previous affiliations of Debabrata Das include University of Miami & Indian Institutes of Technology.

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Hydrogen production by biological processes: a survey of literature

TL;DR: The paper presents a survey of biological hydrogen production processes, and the microorganisms and biochemical pathways involved in hydrogen generation processes are presented in some detail.
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Advances in biological hydrogen production processes

TL;DR: Use of cheaper raw materials and efficient biological hydrogen production processes will surely make them more competitive with the conventional H2 generation processes in near future.
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Biohydrogen as a renewable energy resource—Prospects and potentials

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors delineate the prospects and potentials of biohydrogen as a renewable energy resource and present a review of the potential of bio-hydrogen in the future.
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ALICE: Physics Performance Report, Volume II

Pietro Cortese, +978 more
- 13 Sep 2006 - 
TL;DR: The ALICE Collaboration as mentioned in this paper is a general-purpose heavy-ion experiment designed to study the physics of strongly interacting matter and the quark-gluon plasma in nucleus-nucleus collisions at the LHC.
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Improvement of fermentative hydrogen production: various approaches.

TL;DR: Modifications of the fermentation process, by redirection of metabolic pathways, gas sparging and maintaining a low partial pressure of hydrogen to make the reaction thermodynamically favorable, efficient product removal, optimum bioreactor design and integrating fermentative process with that of photosynthesis are some of the ways that have been attempted to improve hydrogen productivity.