Kukorica csutka bioszén (CC-Slow-369)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Applied Biotechnology and Food Science, Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology Group

Organisation/Data provider's nameBudapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Applied Biotechnology and Food Science, Environmental Microbiology and Biotechnology Group
Name of contact
Dr. Molnár Mónika, Dr. Feigl Viktória
Telephone/fax
+36-1-4632347
Name of manufacturer/distributor
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Name of contact
Liang Wang
Country
Norway
Settlement
Trondheim
Relationship to the product
Manufacturer
Biochar nameKukorica csutka bioszén (CC-Slow-369)
Biochar name in English
Corn cob biochar (Slow-369)
Type of data sheet
Characterization of a particular biochar
Main category/sub category
  • Agricultural and forestry waste
  • Straw, used straw, husks and grain dust
Description of raw material

corncob from maiz (Zea mays) grown in Serbia (ZP Maize hybrid 505)

Technology classification
Slow pyrolysis
Highest treatment temperature (HTT) (°C)
369
Post treatment
No post treatment performed (pure)
Detailed description of production method

Feedstock was dried at 105 °C for 24 h and weighed prior to loading into a 1 L stainless steel retort. The retort, equipped with thermocouples placed at the center, bottom, side, and front, was then covered with a lid and placed into a furnace. The retort was purged for 1 h to create an inert atmosphere, and a constant flow of N2 was maintained at 2 L min−1 during pyrolysis. Slow pyrolysis was performed in a muffle furnace with a heating rate of 2.5 °C min−1. After the desired final temperature was achieved, heat supply from the furnace was stopped and the sample cooled slowly to room temperature.

Assurance provided for that the feedstock does not contain inorganic wastes (plastic, rubber,PCB, etc.), paints or solvents?
yes
Typical particle size (mm)
2mm
Surface area (m2/g)
1.5
Volatile matter content
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Fixed carbon content
62.7 m%
Ash content
2.5 m%
Total C content (m%)
74.2
C/N ratio
129
Hydrogen/organic C ratio (H/C ratio)
0.73
Oxygen/organic C ratio (O/C ratio)
0.24
pH
9.2
Cation exchange capacity (CEC) (meq/100 g)
20.7
Would it be suitable for soil reclamation in general?
No information
Would it supply nitrogen, phosphorous and/or potassium to the soil?
No information
Would it supply mesoelements (Ca, Cl, Fe, Mg, Na, S, Si) to the soil?
No information
Would it supply microelements (B, Co, Cu, Mn, Mo, Zn, V) to the soil?
No information
Would it provide sufficient amounts of special nutrients to the soil?
No information
Would it increase the humus/organic matter content of the soil?
Yes
Justification, references

Budai et al. 2015 in prep

Would it suffice as a main component of growing media?
No information
Would it suffice as an additive to growing media?
No information
Would it improve the structure of compacted soil and/or contribute to soil crumb formation of poorly structured soils?
No information
Would it be suitable for physical stabilisation and/or texture improvement of loose, quagmire soils?
No information
Would it be suitable for amending sandy soils?
No information
Would it be suitable for erosion prevention?
No information
Would it be suitable for amending acidic soils?
Yes
Justification, references

Preliminary laboratory results show a liming effect at application rates of 5 m% and higher

Would it be suitable for amending saline and sodic soils?
No information
Would it reduce the mobility and availability of the contaminants?
No information
Would it intensify the mobility, availability of the contaminants?
No information
Would it intensify physical, chemical, and/or biological degradation and decomposition of contaminants?
No information
Would it be suitable for production of geotechnical elements?
No information
Datasheet id (original)
1766
Creator
Budai Alice
Status
Verified
Adatlap típusaBiochar
Létrehozás2015-07-16
Módosítás2018-06-20