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3 indicate the progress of flocculation and deflocculation, because the increase of - l o g T 1 / - l o g T 2 implies the decrease of -logT2 and vice versa due to the fixed value of - l o g T l = 0 . 5 . It is interesting to point out from Fig. 3 that the values of - l o g T 1 / - l o g T2 in these diagrams reach the same level, irrespective of the previous condition of agitation, if the rotation speed of the impeller is fixed. Briefly, no hysteresis is noted. Reich et al. discussed the reversibility by using carbon and ferric oxide flocs formed in water under agitation .
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Many studies have been reported about the methods of emulsification of hydrocarbons, such as emulsification by surface-active agents, by mechanical agitation, or by biological methods. For the most favorable configurations between oil droplets and cells for growth, the "biologically active emulsion of hydrocarbon" was proposed. Munk (1969) indicated that the larger the amount of lipid a cell contained, the faster it incorporated hydrocarbon. Mimura et al. (1970) studied the characteristic phenomena of emulsification in hydrocarbon fermentation, and The Nature of Fermentation Fluids 27 found that hydrocarbon-assimilating yeasts have a stronger affinity for oil than non-assimilating yeasts.