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Gas pressure intensifying oxygen transfer to significantly improving the bio‐oxidation productivity of whole‐cell catalysis

In this study, a newfangled platform bioreactor based on increasing gas pressure was developed to dramatically raise oxygen transfer rate to dramatically raise oxygen transfer rate to eliminate the key barriers of aerobic catalysis. The bioactivity of three principal substrates biou2010oxidation with the complete u2010cell catalysis of Gluconobacter oxydans was greatly enhanced with SOSu2010BR. The determination of oxygen transfer coefficient established updated theoretical dynamic model for the gas pressure intensification biosystems.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/aic.18005


Catalytic oxidation of nitric oxide over modified carbide slag: Experimental and theoretical studies

Theoretical findings showed that K2O u2010O surface was more suitable for the absorption of NO and O2 in the adsorption of NO and O2. In addition, NO and O2 on the Ca2 surface can migrate to the K2O surface for reaction. NO2 was created by the interaction of 2 and O atoms. O=N=O was the first step for NO oxidation, and it was more suitable for subsequent oxidation of NO.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjce.24803

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