Chemical Fermentation

The employment of Microbes in industrially scaled production of food, medicine, and alcoholic beverages is known as fermentation technology. Although fermentation can result in a variety of products, the most prevalent ones are alcohol, lactic acid, nitrous oxide, and Hydrogen and Oxygen (H2). Commercial applications for these materials include use in food, vitamins, medications, and industrial chemicals. Complex chemical molecules are disassembled into simpler ones during the biochemical process of Fermentation. Since microbial enzymes are used to catalyze the reaction, it is known as a biochemical reaction. According to definition, fermentation is a chemical transformation caused by the use of microorganisms, as in the Biotechnology sector's manufacturing of medications, food ingredients, and animal feeds.

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