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This system was felt to be more relevent to the industrial hydrolysis of starch and leads to a mixture of short chain oligosaccharides. The membrane system in which the smaller molecular weight products of hydrolysis are continuously removed from the reaction solution gives a better performance than an equivalent solid wall reactor only at large reaction times. A. Barker and P. J. Somers eluded that a sharper molecular weight cut-off was required to improve the performance of the membrane reactor at low reaction times.
Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Volume 10 by Wayne H. Pitcher Jr. (auth.)