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Performance of the Norwich school retrofit Trombe wallCONVERSE, A. O.Solar realities forum: learning from experience. sd, pp 138-144Conference Paper

Simulation of a cross-flow shrinking-bed reactor for the hydrolysis of lignocellulosicsCONVERSE, A. O.Bioresource technology. 2002, Vol 81, Num 2, pp 109-116, issn 0960-8524Article

Monitoring studies of Green Mountain Homes hybrid systemsKACHADORIAN, J; CONVERSE, A. O.Solar realities forum: learning from experience. sd, pp 65-70Conference Paper

Adsorption of cellulase from Trichoderma reesei on cellulose and lignacious residue in wood pretreated by dilute sulfuric acid with explosive decompressionOOSHIMA, H; BURNS, D. S; CONVERSE, A. O et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1990, Vol 36, Num 5, pp 446-452, issn 0006-3592, 7 p.Article

Continuous acid hydrolysis of cellulosic biomassGRETHLEIN, H. E; CONVERSE, A. O.Coal science and technology. 1989, Vol 13, pp 257-268, issn 0167-9449Article

On the use of an adsorption model to represent the effect of steam explosion pretreatment on the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic substancesCONVERSE, A. O; GRETHLEIN, H. E.Enzyme and microbial technology. 1987, Vol 9, Num 2, pp 79-82, issn 0141-0229Article

A synergistic kinetics model for enzymatic cellulose hydrolysis compared to degree-of-synergism experimental resultsCONVERSE, A. O; OPTEKAR, J. D.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1993, Vol 42, Num 1, pp 145-148, issn 0006-3592Article

Kinetics of enzymatic hydrolysis based of surface area of cellulose accessible to enzyme and enzyme adsorption on lignin and celluloseCONVERSE, A. O; OOSHIMA, H; BURNS, D. S et al.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1990, Vol 24-25, pp 67-73, issn 0273-2289, 7 p.Conference Paper

Substrate reactivity as a function of the extent of reaction in the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocelluloseDESAI, S. G; CONVERSE, A. O.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1997, Vol 56, Num 6, pp 650-655, issn 0006-3592Article

Effect of substrate concentration on multicomponent adsorptionCONVERSE, A. O; GIRARD, D. J.Biotechnology progress. 1992, Vol 8, Num 6, pp 587-588, issn 8756-7938Article

Common aspects of acid prehydrolysis and steam explosion for pretreating woodGRETHLEIN, H. E; CONVERSE, A. O.Bioresource technology. 1991, Vol 36, Num 1, pp 77-82, issn 0960-8524Article

The effect of enzyme and substrate levels on the specific hydrolysis rate of pretreated poplar woodNUTOR, J. R. K; CONVERSE, A. O.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1991, Vol 28-29, pp 757-772, issn 0273-2289, 16 p.Conference Paper

n-Butylamine and acid-steam explosion pretreatments of rice straw and hardwood : effects on substrate structure and enzymatic hydrolysisTANAKA, M; MATSUNO, R; CONVERSE, A. O et al.Enzyme and microbial technology. 1990, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 190-195, issn 0141-0229Article

Effect of steam explosion pretreatment on pore size and enzymatic hydrolysis of poplarGROUS, W. R; CONVERSE, A. O; GRETHLEIN, H. E et al.Enzyme and microbial technology. 1986, Vol 8, Num 5, pp 274-280, issn 0141-0229Article

A comparative study of the enzymatic hydrolysis of acid-pretreated white pine and mixed hardwood = Comparaison de l'hydrolyse enzymatique du bois dur et du bois de pin prétraités à l'acideGRETHLEIN, H. E; ALLEN, D. C; CONVERSE, A. O et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1984, Vol 26, Num 12, pp 1498-1505, issn 0006-3592Article

A comparative study of the enzymatic hydrolysis of acid-pretreated white pine and mixed hardwoodGRETHLEIN, H. E; ALLEN, D. C; CONVERSE, A. O et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1984, Vol 26, Num 12, pp 1498-1505, issn 0006-3592Article

A model of enzyme adsorption and hydrolysis of microcrystalline cellulose with slow deactivation of the adsorbed enzymeCONVERSE, A. O; MATSUNO, R; TANAKA, M et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1988, Vol 32, Num 1, pp 38-45, issn 0006-3592Article

On the use of enzyme adsorption and specific hydrolysis rate to characterize thermal-chemical pretreatmentSHAO-SHEAN WANG; CONVERSE, A. O.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1992, Vol 34-35, pp 61-74, issn 0273-2289Conference Paper

Effect of pore size in substrate and diffusion of enzyme on hydrolysis of cellulosic materials with cellulasesTANAKA, M; IKESAKA, M; MATSUNO, R et al.Biotechnology and bioengineering. 1988, Vol 32, Num 5, pp 698-706, issn 0006-3592Article

An extension of the Harano-Ooshima rate expression for enzymatic hydrolysis of cellulose to account for changes in the amount of adsorbed cellulaseKURAKAKE, M; SHIRASAWA, T; OOSHIMA, H et al.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. Part A : enzyme engineering and biotechnology. 1995, Vol 50, Num 3, pp 231-241Article

Purging of small cell lung cancer cells from bone marrow using immunomagnetic beads and a flow-through deviceBALL, E. D; POWERS, F. J; VREDENBURGH, J. J et al.Bone marrow transplantation (Basingstoke). 1991, Vol 8, Num 1, pp 35-40, issn 0268-3369, 6 p.Article

Recovery of cellulase from lignaceous hydrolysis residueGIRARD, D. J; CONVERSE, A. O.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 1993, Vol 39-40, pp 521-533, issn 0273-2289Conference Paper

One-dimensional model of the acid hydrolysis of cellulosic substrates in a solid-liquid cycline reactorBURNS, D. S; CONVERSE, A. O; HOLLAND, J. E et al.Bioprocess engineering (Berlin, West). 1990, Vol 5, Num 6, pp 247-256, issn 0178-515X, 10 p.Article

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