Sökning: "enzymatic hydrolysis"
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6. Enhanced Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Lignocellulose in Bioethanol Production Substrate Interactions with Surfactants and Polymers
Sammanfattning : Ethanol produced from cellulose is a promising future alternative fuel. The production process has three main steps: (i) pretreatment of raw material to increase degradability; (ii) enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose to produce glucose; (iii) fermentation of glucose into bioethanol. LÄS MER
7. Quantum Chemical Modeling of Asymmetric Enzymatic Reactions
Sammanfattning : Computational methods are very useful tools in the study of enzymatic reactions, as they can provide a detailed understanding of reaction mechanisms and the sources of various selectivities. In this thesis, density functional theory has been employed to examine four different enzymes of potential importance for biocatalytic applications. LÄS MER
8. Quantum Chemical Cluster Modeling of Enzymatic Reactions
Sammanfattning : The Quantum chemical cluster approach has been shown to be quite powerful and efficient in the modeling of enzyme active sites and reaction mechanisms. In this thesis, the reaction mechanisms of several enzymes have been investigated using the hybrid density functional B3LYP. LÄS MER
9. Biodegradable Surfactants Containing Hydrolyzable Bonds
Sammanfattning : Surfactants with built-in weak bonds, so-called cleavable surfactants, are interesting candidates in the search for more environmentally friendly alternatives to traditional surfactants. The objective of this thesis was to perform a systematic study in which cleavable surfactants with different hydrolyzable bonds were compared with regard to physicochemical properties, and chemical and biological stability. LÄS MER
10. Novel Retaining Glycoside Hydrolases : Potential candidates for transglycosylation and hydrolysis
Sammanfattning : Our society is moving towards renewable resources, where biomass, rich incarbohydrates, is producing chemicals and fuel. However, there are severallimitations when it comes to valorisation of the carbohydrates from renewablebiomass. LÄS MER