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Fig. 3

From: Simultaneous enzymatic saccharification and comminution for the valorization of lignocellulosic biomass toward natural products

Fig. 3

Time course of glucose and ethanol concentration during the fermentation of SESC-treated cedar slurry. The slurry, which had undergone two stages of milling and saccharification, was directly subjected to alcohol fermentation. The high percentage conversion of ethanol based on the final ethanol concentration and the initial glucose concentration from the saccharification stage (109.8% corresponding to 0.57 g ethanol/g glucose) suggests the generation of additional glucose during the fermentation process. Values are averages of two analysis runs

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