Let n, based on Equation (15.22), be the equivalents of Nitrobacter cells produced. This quantity, n equivalents, is equal to

,C5H7O2Nn 20

Modifying the synthesis reaction, n

„„ 1/20( n )TT/~,~- 1 /20( n )XTTT+ 1 ( n )TT+ 1 ( n )

CO2 +1/20 (2n-) HCO- +1/20 (20)nh+ + 1/20 (2n-) H + ^ ye

Subtracting the electrons used in Equation (15.24), 1/(1/20)(n/20), from the electrons donated in Equation (15.23), 1/(1/2)[1/20(1 - m)], produces the amount of electrons available for the acceptor (energy) reaction, (1 - m - 10 n)/10. Modifying the acceptor reaction,

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