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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: Hydrosulfide
Sulfur plays an important role, because it is an important mineral compound for methanogenic bacteria and heavy metals can be bond by formed sulfide ions on the one hand. On the other hand, the degradation process can be inhibited because of higher concentrations ...
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Page: pH-value
pHvalue is similar to temperature. Bacteria of the individual degradation steps are assigned to different pHvalues, where they have their optimal growth. The pHoptimum for the hydrolyzing and acidogenetic bacteria lies between pH 4,5 and 6,3. Below a pH of 4,5 there is also acidification, but there is a slide to fermentation ...
Other labels: biogas, bacteria, biogas-production, bioenergy, narrative-text
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