Comparison of the entropies of biomass and Gibbs energies of combustion of biomass reported in the literature

Range Table - link
Organism Various
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Method See top row of table
Comments For E.coli and S. cerevisiae. A C-mole of an organic or generalised compound is the number of carbon atoms expressed as multiple of the number of Avogadro.
Entered by Uri M
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