Short communication Production of citric acid from molasses integrated with in-situ product separation by ion-exchange resin adsorption

@inproceedings{Jianlong2000ShortCP,
  title={Short communication Production of citric acid from molasses integrated with in-situ product separation by ion-exchange resin adsorption},
  author={Wang Jianlong and Wen Xianghua and Zhou Ding},
  year={2000}
}
A novel method of citric acid production from beet molasses was developed, in which an anion-exchange resin packed-column was connected to a fermenter for separation of citric acid from fermentation broth. The experimental results indicated that, as compared with conventional batch, the new fermentation techniques increased the citric acid productivity and sugar conversion from 0.338 g/l h and 82.2% to 0.543 g/l h and 94.8%, respectively. ” 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved. 

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