Neuberg's first form of fermentation

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The normal anaerobic alcoholic fermentation of carbohydrate by yeast to yield two moles each of ethanol and carbon dioxide per mole of glucose fermented. [After Carl Alexander Neuberg (1877–1956); German biochemist.]


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