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PDF Biosorption of cadmium from solution was studied using a hamycin-producing Streptomyces pimprina . removal of ions from process or waste solutions. In:Eccles H, Hunt S (eds) Immobilization of ions by biosorption. wood, Chinchester, pp 201.

PDF Biosorption of cadmium from solution was studied using a hamycin-producing Streptomyces pimprina waste biomass. Mycelial pretreatments with 80% ethanol increased the uptake of cadmium threefold  .

Biosorption is a physiochemical process that occurs naturally in certain biomass which allows it to passively concentrate and bind contaminants onto its cellular structure. Biosorption can be defined as the ability of biological materials to accumulate heavy metals from wastewater through metabolically mediated or physico-chemical pathways of uptake

The biosorption of uranium, strontium and caesium by pelleted mycelium of two species of fungi,Rhizopus arrhizus andPenicillium chrysogenum and immobilized. In: Immobilization of Ions by Biosorption.

The biosorption of uranium, strontium and caesium by pelleted mycelium of two species of fungi,Rhizopus arrhizus andPenicillium chrysogenum and immobilized. Eccles, H. and S. Hunt, ed. pp. 105–117, Ellis Horwood, Chichester.

In Immobilization of Ions by Biosorption, ed. H. Eccles & S. Hunt. Ellis Horwood, Chichester, UK, pp. 49-57. Scatchard, G. (1949). The attractions of proteins for small molecules and ions. Shumate II, S. Strandberg, G. W. & Parrott Jr, J. R. (1978). Biological removal of metal ions from aqueous process streams.

Biosorption can be defined as the selective sequestering of metal soluble species that result in the immobilization of the metals by microbial cells. Metal sequestering by different parts of the cell can occur via various processes: complexation, chelation, coordination, ion exchange, precipitation, reduction. Biosorption is a process with some unique characteristics. It can effectively sequester dissolved metals from very dilute complex solutions with high efficiency.

In: Eccles H, Hunt S (eds) Immobilization of ions by biosorption. Horwood, Chichester, pp 105–117Google Scholar. Luef E, Prey T, Kubicek CP (1991) Biosorption of zinc by fungal mycelial wastes. In: Rehm HJ, Reed G (eds) Biotechnology, vol 6b. VCH, Weinheim, pp 401–430Google Scholar. Galun M, Galun E, Siegel BZ, Keller P, Lehr H, Siegel SM (1987) Removal of metal ions from aqueous solutions by Penicillium biomass: kinetic and uptake parameters. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 34:688–692Google Scholar. Moeller T, O'Connor R (1972) Complex ions and coordination compounds.

Biosorption of cadmium from solution was studied using a hamycin-producing Streptomyces pimprina waste biomass. Mycelial pretreatments with 80% ethanol increased the uptake of cadmium threefold

Biosorption of cadmium from solution was studied using a hamycin-producing Streptomyces pimprina waste biomass. The rate of uptake of the metal was maximum in the first 10 min and the equilibration of the system was achieved after 60 min.

The biosorption of metal ions by the biosorbents increased with the initial concentration increased in the medium

The biosorption of metal ions by the biosorbents increased with the initial concentration increased in the medium. The adsorption rate of immobilized pretreated activated sludge(PAS) was much lower than that of free PAS due to the increase in mass transfer resistance resulting from the polymeric matrix. Biosorption equilibrium of beads was established in about 20 h and the adsorbed heavy metal ions did not change further with time.

density (Eccles and Hunt, 1986; Volesky, 1990; Wase and Forster, 1997). and Hunt, S. (1986). Immobilisation of Ions by Bio-Sorption. Chichester, . : Ellis Horwood. Complexation: The biosorption of heavy metal from solution may occur via complex formation on the cell.


Immobilization of Ions by Bio-sorption download epub
Engineering
Author: Harry Eccles,Stephen Hunt
ISBN: 0745800033
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Ellis Horwood Ltd , Publisher; First Edition, First Printing edition (November 5, 1986)
Pages: 266 pages