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طرق لتسهيل النمو الميكروبي على اللب مطحنة النفايات تيارات وتوصيف إمكانات التحلل الحيوي من الميكروبات مثقف

Published: December 12, 2013 doi: 10.3791/51373


Name Company Catalog Number Comments
1,4-Dioxane (Certified ACS) Fisher D111 Flammable, preoxidizable chemical
Black Liquor Department of Forest Biomaterials at North Carolina State University N/A pH 12.72, 13.67% solids
Ethanol (microbiology grade) Fisher BP2818
Ethyl Acetate (ACS reagent grade) EMD EX0240-9 Flammable
Glacial acetic acid (Certified ACS) EMD AX0073 Corrosive
Guaiacol Sigma Aldrich PHR1136 Harmful by ingestion, corrosive
HP-5 capillary column Agilent 19091J-577 60 m x 0.18 mm internal diameter, 0.18 μm thickness
Hydrochloric acid (certified ACS) EMD HX0603P
N,O-Bis(trimethylsilyl)trifluoroacetamide with trimethylcholorsilane 99:1% (BSTFA) Fluka 15238 Flammable, causes skin burns and eye damage with contact
Na2SO4 (FCC grade) VWR BDH8026
NaClO2 (80%) Sigma Aldrich 244155 Flammable, toxic  
NaOH (certified ACS) EMD 1.06498.1000 Corrosive
Alkacid pH test ribbons Fisher A979
Phosphoric Acid (certified ACS) Fisher A242
Polaris Q mass spectrometer  Thermo Electron Corporation
Pyridine (99%) Alfa Aesar A12005 Flammable, toxic in contact with skin
Switchgrass Cherry Research Farm Goldsboro, NC N/A Harvested August 2011
Thermo Finnigan trace gas chromatograph Thermo Electron Corporation
Whatman no. 1 filter paper Whatman 1001-150



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طرق لتسهيل النمو الميكروبي على اللب مطحنة النفايات تيارات وتوصيف إمكانات التحلل الحيوي من الميكروبات مثقف
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Mathews, S. L., Ayoub, A. S., Pawlak, J., Grunden, A. M. Methods for Facilitating Microbial Growth on Pulp Mill Waste Streams and Characterization of the Biodegradation Potential of Cultured Microbes. J. Vis. Exp. (82), e51373, doi:10.3791/51373 (2013).

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