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This risk does not exist if proved capabilities. Gas analysis usually involves measurement measurements are made in the effluent gas of gas flow rates and gas composition. Setting stream outside the sterile region. On-line gas analysis is of general interest be- up appropriate mass balances allows evaluacause almost any biological process using liv- tion of actual production and consumption ing organisms involves consumption and pro- rates. Today, gas flow rates can be measured duction of gases and volatile compounds.
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