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Application: Biochar Cookstove Design
Posted Mon May 05, 2014 @09:09PM
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Application A team of Cornell University researchers bringing together both faculty and graduate and undergraduate students is developing a high-efficiency, low emissions cookstove that also produces biochar, another term for charcoal, which improves soil productivity [1]. In developing countries, biomass cookstoves that burn fuel such as wood or corn cobs have long been the most common method of cooking and heating.

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