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Note: Heat production and Gibbs energy dissipation for (an)aerobic growth on glucose, H2, and acetate; relative contribution of heat- and entropy-related dissipation.

Note: Heat production and Gibbs energy dissipation for (an)aerobic growth on glucose, H2, and acetate; relative contribution of heat- and entropy-related dissipation.

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where qs and i are the biomass-specific electron-donor (substrate) uptake and growth rate. To solve these DEs, we need kinetic expressions for qs and l. However, qs and l are stoichiometrically coupled to each other according to the Herbert-Pirt equation (equation 1a). This equation for substrate can be written as (realizing that FDX = FSX = i/ — qs, and m^ = wd)

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