Institute of Technical Chemistry

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Meyer, E. R., Scheper, T., & Schügerl, K. (1988). Enantioselective Hydrolysis inside Liquid Surfactant Membrane Emulsions for the Enzymatic Production of Prostaglandin Synthons. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 542(1), 339-342.

Meyer, E. R., Scheper, T., Hitzmann, B., & Schügerl, K. (1988). Immobilization of enzymes in liquid membranes for enantioselective hydrolysis. Biotechnology Techniques, 2(2), 127-132.

Müller, W., Wehnert, G., & Scheper, T. (1988). Fluorescence monitoring of immobilzed microorganisms in cultures. Analytica chimica acta, 213(C), 47-53.

Schmidt, W., Scheper, T., & Schügerl, K. (1988). Ethanol production with Zymomonas mobilis with synthetic medium in batch operation. Bioprocess Engineering, 3(3), 129-133.

Schuegerl, K., Scheper, T., & Degener, W. (1988). Anwendungsgebiete der Fluessigmembrantechnik. In Reaktionstechnik und Stoffaustauschtechnik in dispersen Zweiphasensystemen (pp. 315-331). (Dechema Monographien (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Chemisches Apparatewesen); Vol. 114).


Bahnemann, D. W., Mönig, J., & Chapman, R. (1987). Efficient photocatalysis of the irreversible one-electron and two-electron reduction of halothane on platinized colloidal titanium dioxide in aqueous suspension. Journal of Physical Chemistry.

Bahnemann, D. W., Kormann, C., & Hoffmann, M. R. (1987). Preparation and characterization of quantum size zinc oxide: A detailed spectroscopic study. Journal of Physical Chemistry.

Bahnemann, D. W., Fischer, C., Janata, E., & Henglein, A. (1987). The two-electron oxidation of methyl viologen. Detection and analysis of two fluorescing products. Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases.

Gebauer, A., Scheper, T., & Schügerl, K. (1987). Growth of E. coli in a stirred tank and in an air lift tower reactor with an outer loop. Bioprocess Engineering, 2(1), 13-23.

Gebauer, A., Scheper, T., & Schügerl, K. (1987). Penicillin acylase production by E. coli. Bioprocess Engineering, 2(2), 55-58.

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