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Improvement of Biofuel Fermentation Processes With Use of Poly(vinyldodecylimidazolium bromide) for In-situ Product Removal
The production of biofuels through fermentation has become increasingly important due to the need for sustainable energy sources. The fermentation processes of ethanol and n-butanol, by Saccharomyces cerevisiae and ...
Using poly(vinyldodecylimidazolium bromide) for the in‐situ product recovery of n‐butanol
The mitigation of end‐product inhibition during the biosynthesis of n‐butanol is demonstrated for an in‐situ product recovery (ISPR) system employing a poly(ionic liquid) (PIL) absorbent. The thermodynamic affinity of ...