Partial thiosulfate oxidation by steady-state continuous culture in a bioreactor-settler system

@inproceedings{Velasco2004PartialTO,
  title={Partial thiosulfate oxidation by steady-state continuous culture in a bioreactor-settler system},
  author={Antonio Jos{\'e} Velasco and Sergio Alc{\'a}ntara and Elı́as Razo-Flores and Sergio Revah},
  year={2004}
}
The design, characterization, and performance of a bioreactor-settler system that allows the partial biological oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds is described. The design incorporates the physical separation of the aeration from the bioreactor. The reactor has a dynamic flow zone and a static zone. Steady state thiosulfate-oxidizing cultures were established at different O2/S2O32− molar ratios. At O2/S2O32− molar ratios >1.0, sulfate was the main product of the biological oxidation of… CONTINUE READING

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