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Concentration of compound i, mol/m3 Yield of compound j on compound i, molj/moli maximal specific growth rate of biomass, h—1 Decay coefficient of biomass, h—1 Biomass specific maintenance requirement of compound i, moli/C-mol biomass h Affinity constant for substrate uptake, mol/m3 Rate of conversion of compound i per reactor volume, (C)mol/m3h

Biomass specific rate of uptake or secretion of compound i, (C) mol i/C-mol biomass h Enthalpy, kJ Gibbs energy, kJ Heat, kJ

Degree of reduction: for organic compounds it is defined per C-mol, electron/C-mol; for inorganic compounds it is defined per mol, electron/mol

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