Biological carbon suppresses global warming
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Biological carbon suppresses global warming

Zhengzhou : China | May 03, 2012 at 2:14 AM PDT
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Biological carbon suppresses global warming

Biological carbon is not the general charcoal, is a kind of charcoal whose carbon content is extremely rich. In the low oxygen environment, through high temperature cracking, wood, grass, cornstalk or other crop waste are carbonated. This kind of charcoal, formed from plants, with the purpose of fixing carbon element is defined "biological carbon" by scientists. It is based on the theory of: biomass, whether a plant or animal, burning on no-oxygen environment , will both generate charcoal.

Limestone rotary kiln is a kind of industrial rotary kiln working in high temperature anaerobic conditions, mainly for the production of shelter material Limestone. Global warming is threatening human living environment, biological carbon can effectively suppress global warming, today, we will discuss the feasibility analysis of batch production of biological carbon in Limestone rotary kiln.

In the oxygen deficit condition, biomass are processed in high temperature, in which the oil and gas burn, and the remains are biological carbon. Biological carbon is nearly pure carbon, will not disappear buried underground for hundreds or even thousands of years, that meas, the carbon is sequestrated into the soil, helping to slow down global warming. So, since Limestone rotary kiln could do that, how about other rotary kilns, such as ceramsite rotary kiln, active Limestone rotary kiln, are also able to be used in mass production of biological carbon?

On Medicine, through biological engineering we can produce a lot of cheap drugs for control of human diseases, such as insulin, the interferon, growth hormone, hepatitis B vaccine, etc. The application of Biological engineering on food and light industry is also very wide. In 1983 the United States manufactured high fruit syrup with biological engineering which was used in the of making drinks, the annual output was as high as 6 million tons, so that the consumption of sucrose was cut in half. By biological engineering technology, breeding work has made very big change, such as transference the resistance gene to tobacco, has been developed new varieties of tobacco to prevent pests; The lower organisms of rhizobium nitrogen-fixing gene is transferred to higher crop of cell, so that they can make nitrogen fertilizer themselves, which has obtained some achievements. At present the world takes the biological engineering seriously, and our country also put biological engineering as one of the key scientific research programs. Biological engineering research will have a huge impact on the human production method and way of life.



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