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Substrate Consumption in a Particular Immobilized Cell System

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Consider the plots of r vs. S below (labeled “1” and “2”), sketched for substrate consumption in a particular immobilized cell system subject to substrate inhibition. In one case the rate of substrate consumption is plotted as a function of average substrate concentration in the pores (Spore), and in the other case the rate is plotted as a function of the bulk substrate concentration (Sb). 

 

Within the range of substrate concentration shown, specify the value of Sb – and corresponding value of Spore  - at which there are no mass transfer limitations, or state that no such conditions exists.

Summary

This question belongs to bioreactors in biotechnology and discusses about substrate consumption in a particular immobilized cell system subject to substrate inhibition.

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