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The in vivo potential-regulated protective protein of nitrogenase in azotobacter vinelandii supports aerobic bioelectrochemical dinitrogen reduction in vitro
(American Chemical Society, 2017-06-08)
Nitrogenase, the only enzyme known to be able to reduce dinitrogen (N-2) to ammonia (NH3), is irreversibly damaged upon exposure to molecular oxygen (O-2). Several microbes, however, are able to grow aerobically and ...
Bioelectrochemical Haber-Bosch process: An ammonia-producing H-2/N-2 fuel cell
Nitrogenases are the only enzymes known to reduce molecular nitrogen (N-2) to ammonia (NH3). By using methyl viologen (N, N'-dimethyl-4,4'-bipyridinium) to shuttle electrons to nitrogenase, N-2 reduction to NH3 can be ...