Kai Stueckenschneider

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Adsorption is a common unit operation in separation and purification of biotechnological products where chromatography steps can make up more than half the amount of the total purification costs [1]. The molecular mechanisms of adsorption are still not understood in detail. Further understanding of interactions between adsorbent surfaces and adsorptives(More)
Zeolites can adsorb small organic molecules such as alcohols from a fermentation broth. Also in the zeolite-catalyzed conversion of alcohols to biofuels, biochemicals, or gasoline, adsorption is the first step. Several studies have investigated the adsorption of alcohols in different zeolites experimentally, but computational investigations in this field(More)
The separation and purification of peptides and proteins using chromatography can make up more than half the amount of the total purification costs of a biotechnological process [1]. The development of cost-efficient processes still suffers from the lack of understanding on a molecular level of adsorption mechanisms of biomole-cules on materials surfaces.(More)
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