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components of wood. When the yield of acetic acid originating from the cellulose, hemicelluloses, and lignin is taken into account, the total is considerably less than the yield from the wood itself (Wenzl et al., 1970). Acetic acid comes from the elimination of acetyl groups, originally linked to the xylose unit. If wood is completely pyrolyzed, resulting products are about what would be expected by pyrolyzing the three major components separately. The hemicelluloses would break down first, at temperatures of 200 to 250 C. Cellulose follows in the temperature range 240 to 350 C, with lignin being the last component to pyrolyze at temperatures of 280 to 500 C. A wide variety of organic compounds occur in the pyrolysis liquid fractions given in the literature (Beaumont, 1985). Degradation of xylan yields eight main products: water, methanol, formic, acetic and propionic acids, 1-hydroxy-2-propanone, 1-hydroxy-2-butanone, and 2-furfuraldeyde. The methoxy phenol concentration decreases with increasing temperature, while phenols and alkylated phenols increases. The formation of both methoxy phenol and acetic acid was possibly as a result of the Diels-Alder cycloaddition of a conjugated diene and unsaturated furanone or butyrolactone. The chemical structure of the xylan as the 4-methyl-3-acetylglucoronoxylan has been described (Timell, 1967). Furthermore, it has been reporte that the pyrolysis of the pyroligneous acid produces 50% methanol, 18% acetone, 7% esters, 6% aldehydes, 0.5% ethyl alcohol, 18.5% water, and small amounts of furfural (Demirbas, 2000). The composition of the water soluble products was not ascertained but it has been reported to be composed of hydrolysis and oxidation products of glucose such as acetic acid, acetone, simple alcohols, aldehydes, and sugars (Sasaki et al., 1998). Biophotolysis. The photosynthetic production of gas (e.g., hydrogen) employs microorganisms such as Cyanobacteria, which have been genetically modified to produce pure hydrogen rather than the metabolically relevant substances (notably NADPH2). The conversion efficiency from sunlight to hydrogen is very small, usually under 0.1 percent, indicating the need for very large collection areas. The current thinking favors ocean locations of the bioreactors. They have to float on the surface (due to rapidly decreasing solar radiation as function of depth) and they have to be closed entities with a transparent surface (e.g., glass), in order that the hydrogen produced is retained and in order for sunlight to reach the bacteria. Because hydrogen buildup hinders further production, there further has to be a continuous removal of the hydrogen produced, by pipelines to, for example, a shore location, where gas treatment and purification can take place. These requirements make it little likely that equipment cost can be kept so low that the very low efficiency can be tolerated. A further problem is that if the bacteria are modified to produce maximum hydrogen, their own growth and reproduction is quenched. Presumably, there has to be made a compromise between the requirements of the organism and the amount of hydrogen produced for export, so that replacement of organisms (produced at some central biofactory) does not have to be made at frequent intervals. The implication of this is probably an overall efficiency lower than 0.05 percent. In a life cycle assessment of biohydrogen produced by photosynthesis, the impacts from equipment manufacture are likely substantial. To this, one should add the risks involved in production of large amounts of genetically modified organisms. In conventional agriculture, it is claimed that such negative impacts can be limited, because of slow spreading of genetically modified organisms to new locations (by wind or by vectors such as insects, birds, or other animals). In the case of ocean biohydrogen farming, the unavoidable breaking of some of the glass- or transparent-plastic-covered panels will allow the genetically modified organisms to spread over the ocean involved and ultimately the entire biosphere. A quantitative discussion of such risks is difficult, but the negative cost prospects of the biohydrogen scheme probably rule out any practical use anyway.
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If the manufacturer is correct, there is only about a 0.6% chance of getting an average this low or lower. That makes it unlikely to be just a chance occurrence and we should have some doubts about the manufacturer s claim. 11. If X is the number of times you win, then X has B(1000, 0.474). To come out ahead, you must win more than half your bets. That is, you are being asked for P(X > 500). Because (1000)(0.474) = 474 and 1000(1 0.474) = 526 are both greater than 10, we are justified in using a normal approximation to the binomial. Furthermore, we find that
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This approach is limited because even the global-challenge procedures include some additional security measures for call originations; such as the CAVE algorithm, which specifies that the last six digits of the called party number be used as input, replacing the MSID digits, when the subscriber is attempting to originate a call. Therefore, unless the last six digits of the party the criminal wants to call are the same as the last six digits of the party previously called by the legitimate subscriber, the replay attack will be fruitless. One would think that this would be limiting enough, but one should never underestimate the criminal mind. At least one such mind came up with the following work-around: If the legitimate subscriber previously called the number 234-5678, then all I have to do is add 345678 (i.e., the last six digits dialed) to the number that I want to call (e.g., 1-212-5551212, to come up with 1-212-555-1212-345678) and I could be in busi-
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