Accelerating Enzymatic Catalysis Using Vortex Fluidics.

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coli naturally produces fatty acyl-ACPs from sugars via fatty acid biosynthesis (FAB) pathways.

Synthesis of biodiesel via homogeneous Lewis acid …

coli naturally produces pyruvate from simple sugars. Finally, insertion of wax ester synthase (atfA) from Acinetobacter baylyi catalyzes the reaction that combines acyl-coA’s with ethanol to produce FAEEs.

Synthesis of biodiesel via homogeneous Lewis acid catalyst

The use of homogeneous alkaline catalysts in the transesterification of such types of fats and oils poses great difficulties due to the presence of large amounts of free fatty acids (FFA).

Synthesis and Toxicology of p-Phosphonic Acid Calixarenes and O-Alkylated Analogues as Potential Calixarene-Based Phospholipids.

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The most active catalyst (Cd, Mn, Pb, Zn carboxylic salts) have been individuated and a correlation of the activities with the cation acidity has been found.

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Others have shown that overexpressing a leaderless version of tesA, designated ‘tesA, which is targeted to the cytosol instead of the periplasm, causes a buildup of free fatty acids by disrupting regulation of fatty-acid synthesis (Cho and Cronan 1995; Liu et al.

Biodiesel via AcidCatalzsis | Biodiesel | Catalysis

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Synthesis of biodiesel via acid catalysis

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and isocyanates are derived via acid-base catalysis

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Goodwin, 2005Synthesis of Biodiesel via Acid Catalysis

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