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This publication discusses the cultivation of renewable biomass using wastewater optimized for pyrolysis potential. The study provides important information on how to create sustainable and renewable energy sources, which can help reduce harmful emissions and improve the environment.

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This publication presents unique and timely research findings on optimizing biomass production for energy use through cultivation on wastewater. The research provides valuable insights into how to achieve sustainability in energy production, particularly in areas where land is scarce, which is a pressing issue globally. This work could have a significant impact on renewable energy development and has important implications for policymakers, researchers, and industry professionals. With increasing interest in clean energy and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, this study has the potential to attract a broad readership interested in addressing these challenges.

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This page is a summary of: Appraisal of wastewater-grown biomass of Leptochloa fusca to produce bioenergy and biochemicals through pyrolysis, TG-FTIR-GCMS, and machine learning tools, Energy Conversion and Management, March 2024, Elsevier,
DOI: 10.1016/j.enconman.2024.118229.
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