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Product formation from thiophene by a mixed bacterial culture. Influence of benzene as growth substrate

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  • The Influence Of Benzene As A Growth Substrate On The Cometabolic Conversion Of Thiophene Was Invest
  • Benzene Was Shown To Stimulate The Conversion Of Thiophene With A First-Order Rate
  • During The Initial Phase Of Transformation
  • The Microorganisms Were Able To Transform Thiophene In The Absence Of Benzene At A Zero-Order Rate
  • Thiophene Was Converted To Five Oxidation Products
  • Regardless Of The Presence Of Benzene
  • Benzene Had No Influence On The Distribution Of These Oxidation Products
  • The Main Oxidation Product
  • A Thiophene Sulphoxide Dimer
  • Represented 78+/-12% Of The Transformed Thiophene
  • While The Second Most Important Product
  • Also A Thiophene Sulphoxide Dimer
  • Represented 20+/-2% Of The Converted Thiophene
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Product formation from thiophene by a mixed bacterial culture. Influence of benzene as growth substrate - DTU Orbit (18/04/14) Rivas, Isabelle Marie, Hans Mosbæk, and Erik Arvin. "Product formation from thiophene by a mixed bacterial culture. Influence of benzene as growth substrate". Water Research. 2003, 37(12). 3047-3053. Available: 10.1016/S0043-1354(03)00118-0

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