When carrying out this scientific technique you first need filter paper, tubing, clean solvent, and disposable dropper. Clamp the flask firmly to the ring stand and add the Buhner funnel with a rubber funnel stopper. Kneading Technique: In this technique Cyclodextrin is initially taken in mortar then drug is gradually further into it and using small percentage of water it is triturated using pestle to get a paste like uniformity. The over head paste is kneaded for enough time then this mixture is dried and is passed through appropriate sieve. Co-precipitation technique: The Cyclodextrin and the drug are additional to water or alcohol and a saturated solution is shaped at C and after that it is cooled to precipitate the complex and it is clarified or centrifuged.
Bagasse and filter-press mud FPM are the primary by products from processed sugarcane. This research uses these two by products to create a substrate suitable for mushroom cultivation. After two weeks of incubation, the mycelia were then transferred into bottles containing sorghum seeds. The mycelia were allowed to develop into grain spawn for two week, after which the spawn were transferred into prepared substrate bags of , , and of bagasse FPM ratios. A second batch of substrates was made without the ratio and with a pure bagasse substrate. Mushroom growth was recorded after 60 days. In the first initial trial, the highest growth rate was observed in the proportion.
PRODUCTION OF HANDMADE PAPERS FROM SUGAR CANE BAGASSE AND BANANA FIBERS IN OMAN
Bagasse is a by-product of sugar mills and a typical raw material for papermaking fibers. Sugarcane is a stalk-like plant fiber raw material that grows in one year. The average fiber length was 1.
Abstract: Stabilization is rather common technique when it comes to enhancing properties of soil with a somewhat waste material. Bagasse is the fibrous matter that remains after sugarcane stalks are crushed to extract their juice. For each 10 tonnes of sugarcane crushed, a sugar factory produces nearly 3 tonnes of wet bagasse. Bagasse ash is produced by incineration of bagasse. In this study Bagasse ash is used to increase the stability of black cotton soil.