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Reaction engineering parameters for immobilized biocatalysts

  • Klaus Buchholz
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Biochemical Engineering book series (ABE, volume 24)

Abstract

The article concentrates on those biochemical engineering parameters of immobilized biocatalysts which are considered important with respect to their application in industrial processes. Thus swelling behaviour, mechanical stability, pressure drop and abrasion are stressed. The effectiveness is discussed in the context of external mass transfer, pore diffusion and enzyme kinetics, including systems with two substrates and two enzymes. Properties which affect the operational stability are summarized. Selected data from the recent literature are included. New concepts directed towards an optimized catalyst design are discussed, emphasizing the effectiveness and productivity.

Keywords

Pressure Drop Immobilize Enzyme Sherwood Number Pore Diffusion External Mass Transfer 
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  • Klaus Buchholz
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  1. 1.Dechema-InstitutFrankfurt am Main 97FRG

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