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Hydroxylation and Dechlorination of Tetrachlorohydroquinone by Rhodococcus sp. Strain CP-2 Cell Extracts
A cell extract of a polychlorophenol-degrading bacterium, Rhodococcus sp. strain CP-2, isolated from chlorophenol-contaminated soil, was shown to dechlorinate tetrachlorohydroquinone, the firstExpand
Characteristics of oxide precipitation and growth during solidification of deoxidized steel
With the help of thermodynamics and kinetics, the oxide metallurgy with respect to Ti treatment of low carbon steels is theoretically analysed. It is attempted to define and predict the optimalExpand
Nature and significance of microbial cometabolism of xenobiotics
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Microbial cometabolism is a whole‐cell phenomenon physiologically based on coupling of different catabolic pathways at the cellular level frequently observed in transformation of xenobiotic non‐growth substrates by individual microbial species. Expand
Critical steps in degradation of chloroaromatics by rhodococci III. Isolation and identification of accumulating intermediates and deadend products
Pre‐adapted resting cells of different aromatics‐utilizing Rhodococcus strains readily cometabolized various monochloroaromatic non‐growth substrates (i.e. 2‐chloroaniline, 3‐chloroaniline,Expand
Critical steps in degradation of chloroaromatics by rhodococci IV. Detailed kinetics of substrate removal and product formation by resting pre‐adapted cells
In kinetic experiments it was demonstrated that turnover of various monochloroaromatic non‐growth substrates (i.e. 2‐chloroaniline, 3‐chloroaniline, 3‐chlorophenol, 4‐chlorophenol, 3‐chlorobenzoicExpand
Degradation of aniline and monochloroanilines by Rhodococcus sp. An 117 and a pseudomonad: a comparative study.
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Two newly isolated aniline-degrading bacterial strains were characterized and it was shown that both isolates failed to metabolize monochlorinated anilines in the absence of additional carbon sources and the effect of 4-chlorocatechol on the enzymes catalyzing anILine conversion and catechol oxygenation was investigated. Expand
Modelling of Temperature Distribution in Refractory Ladle Lining for Steelmaking
As a first step towards optimisation of ladle treatment work, mathematical modelling of heat transfer in the ladle has been undertaken. A numerical model considering heat transfer is developed whichExpand
Critical steps in degradation of chloroaromatics by rhodococci II. Whole‐cell turnover of different monochloroaromatic non‐growth substrates by Rhodococcus sp. An 117 and An 213 in the
Kinetic experiments were performed to examine the effect of glucose and some related compounds on the removal of different monochloroaromatic non‐growth substrates (i.e. monochloroisomers of aniline,Expand
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