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Biomass energy

LC control no.sh 85014231
LC classificationHD9502.5.B54 HD9502.5.B544 Economics
TP339 Chemical technology
Topical headingBiomass energy
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Variant(s)Bio-energy (Biomass energy)
Bioenergy (Biomass energy)
Biofuels
Biological fuels
Energy, Biomass
Microbial energy conversion
See alsoEnergy conversion
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Fuel
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Microbial fuel cells
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Refuse as fuel
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Waste products as fuel
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Scope noteHere are entered works on energy from fuels produced from plant or animal sources, such as forestry byproducts or agricultural waste, or on the fuels themselves. Works on the total mass of living matter within a given unit of environmental area are entered under Biomass.
Subject example tracingNote under Biomass
Found inSolar energy conversion. Biofuels, 1980.
McGraw-Hill encyc. sci. tech. (Biomass)
INSPEC (Bioenergy conversion)
LC database, April 7, 1989 (Biofuels, biological fuels, bioenergy)
Coastal Bio-Energy Forum (2006 : Olympic Natural Resources Center). Coastal Bio-Energy Forum, 2006.
American heritage dictionary of the English language, 2016, via WWW, viewed July 27, 2021 (biomass, n. 1. The total mass of living matter within a given unit of environmental area. 2. Plant or animal material, such as forestry byproducts or agricultural waste, that is used as a fuel or energy source)
Merriam-Webster unabridged, via WWW, viewed July 27, 2021 (biomass, noun: 1 : the amount of living matter in the form of one or more kinds of organisms present in a particular habitat usually expressed as weight of organisms per unit area of habitat or as volume or weight of organisms per unit volume of habitat; 2 : plant materials and animal waste used as a source of fuel)
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