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Modelling the production of VFA from proteins by mixed culture fermentations
Mixed-culture fermentations (MCF) are recognised as a valid process to yield added-value products from organic wastes in the form of volatile fatty acids (VFA). The use of mixed cultures is attractive due to their economical ...
Targeted conversion of protein and glucose waste streams to valatile fatty acids by metabolic models
Mixed-culture fermentations are recognised as suitable processes to valorise organic wastes and convert them into added-value products. One of the main issues of these processes is that the stoichiometry of the fermentations ...
Increasing the optical response of TiO2 and extending it into the visible region through surface activation with highly stable Cu5 clusters
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019)
The decoration of semiconductors with subnanometer-sized clusters of metal atoms can have a strong impact on the optical properties of the support. The changes induced differ greatly from effects known for their well-studied, ...