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Page: Ammonium and Ammonia
AMMONIA RESULTS AT HYDROLYSIS OF AMINO ACIDS AND AFFECT HARMFUL IN LOW QUANTITIES BUT AS AMMONIA IT ATTENDS AS NUTRIENT RESOURCE.Ammonia and ammonium are dependent on each other concerning their phvalue. This dissociation balance is shown in Figure 13. \!ammoniumammoniak.JPG\!Figure 13:  dissociation balance ...
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Page: Development of biogas
conversion of biomass to biogas can be classified into four phases. In every phase there are specific microorganisms, which are working in interaction among themselves to metabolize the organic matter to build gas. The phases of biogas development are shown in Figure 3. !composed, particular substrates.JPG
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Page: Hydrolysis
Complex and long chained chemical bonds like carbohydrates, proteins and fats are degraded to smaller organic compounds like monosaccharides,  amino acids and glycerin by hydrolysis. The responsible bacteria release enzymes, which brake down the material on a biochemical path ...
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Page: Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass
Hydrolysis is a chemical process, where a molecule is cleaved into two parts by adding a molecule of water. One fragment of the molecule gains a hydrogen ion (H ). The other group collects the remaining hydroxyl group (OH − ). After pretreatment of lignocellulosic material, the cellulose ...
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Page: Processing of lignocellulosic material to bioethanol
conversion of lignocellulosic material to monomeric sugars (e.g. C5 and C6 sugars) is more difficult than the conversion of starch. There are numerous features, which have to be considered additionally, compared to bioethanol production using sugar\ or starchbased feedstocks. One of them is an ...
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Page: Starch-hydrolysis and required enzymes
Structurally, starch can be separated into two polymers, called amylase and amylopectin. Amylose is a linear polymer of Dglucose units linked together by α1,4glucosidic linkages, whereas amylopectin has branching at α1,6 positions of starch. The concentration of amylase and amylopectin in each plant ...
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Page: Starchy feedstocks
Starchy materials (e.g. wheat, corn and barley,...) are the most important and utilized feedstocks for production of bioethanol (especially in North America and Europe). Over all starchy feedstocks, corn is the dominant cereal grain, used for the production of ethanol worldwide. In figure 1 ...
Other labels: carbohydrates, rye, barley, wheat, maize, bioethanol-production, potato, feedstock
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