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Wang and Fewkes  also suggest that mixing time is a useful parameter in correlating oxygen transfer rates for various turbine impellers over a range of cell mass concentrations (and hence a range of theological properties) and recommend that it be considered as an important factor in scale-up calculations. However, they do not recommend scaleup on the basis of constant mixing time. In the same paper they also propose a relationship between mixing characteristics and a quantity they define as the pseudo-critical dissolved oxygen concentration (C*) which they visualize, "...
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Nature of rheological behavior not discussed. 17 Brookfield No 1. Viscosity increases monotonically with reaction time. 2. Nature of rheological behavior not given. not given Brookfield No 1. Medium contains dextran. 2. Viscosity measurement provides excellent measure of dextranase production. 3. Nature of rheological behavior not discussed. 0 Brookfield No 1. Viscosity increases monotonically with reaction time. 2. Nature of rheological properties not discussed. 0 1 RPM (~ not given) No. Brookfield; Brookfield-Wells cone and plate 1561 (whole broth and filtered broth) X.
Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Volume 008: Mass Transfer in Biotechnology by T.K. Ghose ,A. Fiechter, N.Blakebrough