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Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass
|Statement||by T.H. Jeffers, P.G. Bennett, and R.R. Corwin.|
|Series||Report of investigations -- 9461., Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 9461.|
|Contributions||Bennett, P. G., Corwin, R. R.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
Biosorption optimization, characterization, immobilization and application of Gelidium amansii biomass for complete Pb 2+ removal from aqueous solutions Noura El-Ahmady El-Naggar ORCID: Anjana K, Kaushik A, Kiran B, Nisha R () Biosorption of Cr(VI) by immobilized biomass of two indigenous strains of cyanobacteria isolated from metal contaminated soil. J Hazard Mater – CrossRef Google Scholar.
Microbial biomass provides available ligand groups on which metal ions bind by different mechanisms. Biosorption of these elements from aqueous solutions represents a remediation technology suitable for the treatment of metal-contaminated effluents. The purpose of the present investigation was the assessment of the capability of Brevibacterium sp. cells to remove bivalent ions, when present. to be used as a biomaterial for heavy metal removal from contaminated soils and waters [Gardea-Torresdey et al., a]. In this paper we examine the binding of Pb(II), Cu(II), Ni(II), Cd(II), Zn(II), Cr(III), and Cr(VI) to the Solanum elaeagnifolium biomass. Also, the recovery of these metals from the biomass using a dilute acid has been studied.
Immobilized Biosorption of Heavy Metal. The use of encapsulated biomass enhances biosorption performance and increases its physical and chemical stability. Immobilizations of microbial biomass in polymeric matrixes confer rigidity and heat resistivity with optimum porosity for . BIOSORPTION OF METAL CONTAMINANTS USING IMMOBILIZED BIOMASS-A LABORATORY STUDY By T. H. Jeffers,1 c. R. Ferguson,2 and P. G. Bennett2 ABSTRACT The U.S. Bureau of Mines has developed porous beads containing immobilized biological materials for removing metal contaminants from waste waters. The beads, designated as BID-FIX beads, are.
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Metal Sorption from Dilute Waste Waters. Mining and mineral processing waste waters often contain concentrations of metal contaminants ranging from a few micrograms per liter to several milligrams per liter.
Thus, a major task of this investigation was to determine the metal sorption characteristics of BIO-FIX beads at various concentrations. BIOSORPTION OF METAL CONTAMINANTS USING IMMOBILIZED BIOMASS-A LABORATORY STUDY By T.
Jeffers, 1 C. Ferguson, 2 and P. Bennet 2 ABSTRACT The U.S. Bureau of Mines has developed porous beads containing immobilized biological materials for removing metal contaminants from waste beads, designated as BIO-FIX beads, are.
The U.S. Bureau of Mines has investigated the use of biomass immobilized in porous polysulfone beads for extracting toxic and heavy metals for dilute waste streams. The beads, designated as bio-fix beads, were fabricated from high-density polysulfone dissolved in dimethylformamide (dmf).
Dried, thermally killed biomass produced by algae, yeast, bacteria, and aquatic flora were blended into the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jeffers, T.H. (Thomas H.). Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass. Pgh. [i.e.
Pittsburgh] PA: United. Stanford Libraries' official online Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass book tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass: a laboratory study in SearchWorks catalog.
The U.S. Bureau of Mines has developed porous beads containing immobilized biological materials such as sphagnum peat moss for extracting metal contaminants from waste waters. The beads, designated as BIO-FIX beads, have removed toxic metals from over waters in laboratory tests.
Biosorption of heavy metals by immobilized fungal biomass in a packed bed column is an economical and feasible technology for removing metal ions. Packed bed adsorption has a number of advantages, such as its simplicity to operate and it may be easily scaled up from a Cited by: Further, the metal can be recovered from the loaded beads using appropriate desorption techniques, thereby, minimizing the possibilities of environmental contamination.
In the present study, Cr(VI) biosorption by two locally isolated cyanobacteria from metal contaminated soil, Nostoc calcicola HH and Chroococcus sp. HH using their live and immobilized biomass has been reported. Metal biosorption by PAN-immobilized fungal biomass in simulated wastewaters Article in Colloids and Surfaces A Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects ().
Abstract. A review of published literature on the biosorption of metals using nonliving biomass is presented. Factors such as pH, temperature, initial metal concentration, biomass loading, the presence of co-ions and the pre-treatment of biomass influence the metal uptake by by: The biosorption technology, a process of passive sequestration of contaminant materials by some dead and inactive biomass, specially industrial by-product or wastes from food, pharmaceutical or waste water treatment could be an alternative to remove metals from aqueous solution due to its low cost and eco-friendly nature.
A number of investigations have been reported for removal of arsenic from water using biological materials. Heavy Metal Biosorption by Rhizopus Sp Biomass Immobilized on Textiles Article in Water Air and Soil Pollution (2):1 February with 57 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Some types of biomass have to be either immobilized by a synthetic polymer matrix Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilised biomass—field studies. US Bureau of Mines, Report of investigations Brierley JA, Brierley CL, Goyak GM.
AMT-BIOCLAIM: A new wastewater treatment and metal recovery technology. In: Lawrence RW. Biosorption is removal of heavy metals using passive binding process of living and dead biomass while bioaccumulation is referred as metal uptake into the cell across the membrane using active.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jeffers, T.H. (Thomas H.). Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass (OCoLC) Biosorption of U, La, Pr, Nd, Eu and Dy by Pseudomonas aeruginosa magnesium ions from biomass by sorbed metal.
Around 85% of the adsorbed metal could be released using citrate buffer (pH Biosorption of metals from solution by fungal biomass is an alternative to conventional techniques for metal removal. The biomass can be produced for biosorption or be a waste product.
Get this from a library. Biosorption of metal contaminants using immobilized biomass: field studies. [T H Jeffers; P G Bennett; R R Corwin]. Thus, biosorption is an emerging technology, in which different types of biomass are being used as biosorbents for the treatment of contaminated water bodies.
Microorganisms such as algae, fungi, yeast, mold, and bacteria have been used for the recovery of heavy metals from the metal contaminated environment (Bankar et al., ; Bankar et al., ). Modak J, Natarajan K () Biosorption of metals using nonliving biomass – a review.
Miner Metall Process – Google Scholar Mohanty N, Berry V () Graphene-based single-bacterium resolution biodevice and DNA transistor: interfacing graphene. Recent research on biosorption provides a solid understanding of the mechanism underlying microbial biosorption of heavy metals and related elements.
This book gathers review articles analyzing current views on the mechanism and (bio)chemistry of biosorption, the performance of bacterial, fungal and algal biomass, and the practical aspects of Author: Pavel Kotrba. Biosorption of Cr(VI) by immobilized biomass of two indigenous strains of cyanobacteria isolated from metal contaminated soil.
Anjana K(1), Kaushik A, Kiran B, Nisha R. Author information: (1)Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisarby: No. 8 Copper biosorption on immobilized seaweed biomass: Column breakthrough characteristics 1 Materials and methods Materials Samples of the brown seaweed Sargassum baccularia were collected from the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
The biomass was washed thoroughly to remove adhering sand and dried to a constant weight. It was then.