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See also Bioreactors, air-lift reactors; Bioreactors,

CONTINUOUS STIRRED-TANK REACTORS; FERMENTATION MONITORING, DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION; MASS TRANSFER; SCALE-UP, STIRRED TANK REACTORS.

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