"Butanol recovery from a synthetic fermentation broth by vacuum distillation in rotating packed bed for improving the water reuse"
 "Case study for groundwater recharge with reclaimed water in Zacatecas, Mexico"
Natalia Narváez CastilloDone
 PRODUCCIÓN DE METANO COMO ESTRATEGIA PARA RECICLAR Y REUTILIZAR EL AGUA PROVENIENTE DE LA BIORREFINERÍA DEL BAGAZO DE AGAVE.
Lilia Chizelt Meza MaytorenaDone
 Integración de remediación de aguas residuales y generación de electricidad a partir de sistemas biofotovoltaicos basados en cultivos mixtos de microalgas
Alicia Alejandra Mier JiménezDone
 "Aplicación de metales recuperados de un efluente metalúrgico en la biodegradación de antivirales en reactores UASB"
Francisco Javier Mares CarbajalDone
 “Water recovery and treatment system in a production process line of an industrial plant in Zacatecas, Mexico”
Carlos Alberto Carrillo AvalosDone
 Síntesis y evaluación de electro-catalizadores nano estructurados PtPd-Ni soportados en carbón vulcan para la reacción de electro oxidación de urea en medio alcalino
Fabio Alejandro Gómez GómezDone
 TRATAMIENTO DEL AGUA GENERADA EN UNA LAVANDERÍA Y EL IMPACTO DE LOS DETERGENTES PARA SU REUSO
Annabel Lee Tellez GonzalezDone
 Diagnostico operacional de sistemas para la depuración de aguas residuales domésticas mediante humedales construidos en el estado de Michoacán México.
Dr. Aldo Antonio Castañeda VillanuevaDone
 "AQUAPONIC SYSTEMS TO REACH THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS OF THE 2030 AGENDA"
Nayla Berenice Muñoz EuánDone
Graduated in chemical engineering from the University of Sonora with independent experience.
He collaborated on CONACYT research projects, including research work at the ERNO-UNAM Environmental Sciences Laboratory. With experience in the characterization of carbonaceous materials, adsorption experiments, and chemical speciation.
Biochar, a promising material for environmental applications, is a carbon rich product obtained from biomass pyrolysis in a waste-to-resource process. This study focused on the evaluation of two biochars as adsorbents for lead removal. Biochar produced from almond hardwood (AB) and the modified material by oxidation with H2O2 (MAB) were characterized to document the chemical interactions controlling the adsorption process. The surface area increased from 55.61 to 101.42 m2g-1 after modification, with an increment of micropores higher than 300 %, as compared to the unmodified material. Results obtained from adsorption isotherms revealed that AB adsorption capacity was 40.32 mgg-1 while that of unmodified biochar was 24.81 mgg-1. Sequential extraction allowed to identify the mechanism of adsorption, showing that Pb+2 was mainly adsorbed on AB and MAB as non-bioavailable fraction (67.17% and 47.54%) indicating surface complexation; however, the acidic soluble fraction accounted for 45.26 in MAB, whereas only 28.08 % in AB, indicating that the modification promoted cation-π interactions instead of the preferred complexation, despite the increase in O-groups after modification (showed by Boehm titrations). The exchangeable fraction for both materials was between 4.76-7.19%, while the water-soluble fraction was insignificant, indicating that these materials show promise in various long-term environmental applications.