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On the filtration of culture solutions from antibiotics manufacture






Die Pharmazie 30(6): 364-365

On the filtration of culture solutions from antibiotics manufacture

Filtration and flocculating agents affect the velocity of filtration of culture solutions following the microbial fermentation process. A filtration of such solutions is possible in an acid medium. By the addition of certain filtration and flocculation agents (starch oxidation products or tetrachloroethane or tetrachlorethylene), an increased filtration speed of 30-50% is attained.


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