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Chemical Reactions in Gas, Liquid and Solid Phases: by G. E. Zaikov, R. M. Kozlowski

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Ultralow concentrations of phenosan increase the product yield similarly or greater than “usual” ones. An Antioxidant from Hindered Phenols Group Activates Cellulose Hydrolysis… 27 Apparently, the observed action of the preparation, even in “usual” concentrations, is associated not with its antioxidant (antiradical) properties, but with direct effect on the enzymic system components. The results obtained allow a suggestion that the phenosan effect on productivity and weight gain of livestock (associated with its antioxidant activity) used in the agriculture may be contributed by its activating effect on cellulases.

Ronova, Lev N. Nikitin, Gennadii F. Tereschenko et al. Ly segment were calculated with Monte Carlo method, geometry of the repeating unit was evaluated by quantum chemical method AM1 [14]. To calculate the free volume we used the method previously described [15]. We built a model of the repeating unit and its geometry was also evaluated by quantum chemical method AM1. The atoms are described by spheres having the Van der Waals radius equal to the corresponding radius of each type of atoms (Chart 1) [16].

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