Optimisation of a MS-Membrane Probe for the Measurement of Acetoin and Butanediol
Mixing on the macro and also micro-scale and mass transfer may have a profound influence on productivity and yields especially so in large-scale fermentations. Scaling-up of fermentation processes often can only be done with great uncertainty usually only in an empirical manner.
KeywordsResponse Time Bacillus Subtilis Dissolve Oxygen Concentration Step Change Agitation Speed
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