H. F. Bannink

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1. Methane fermentation of Ca-acetate is about as sensitive to phenylhydrazine, hydroxylamine and azide as it is to sulphite (inhibition by 10−2 m 70, 83, 94 and 95 % resp.; by 10−3 m 0, 39, 49 and 31 % resp.). 2. The sensitivity to dimedone is much less, 10−2 m inhibiting 17% only. 3. The process is much more sensitive to cyanide, 5.10−4 m giving already(More)
1. It is possible to convert the free sulphite in the waste liquor of a monosulphite digestion of straw in a short time to hydrogen sulphide by percolating the liquor under anaerobic conditions, through a solid substrate to which sulphate reducing bacteria are attached. 2. Besides the sulphite, part of the other sulphur compounds in the liquor are converted(More)
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