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Separation of nickel from aqueous solution by adsorption onto fungal biomass
|Statement||Huimin Tsai ; supervised by Charles J. Banks.|
|Contributions||Banks, C.J., Environmental Technology Centre.|
Biosorption of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution was studied in a batch bioreactor using the resting cells of filamentous fungal biomass (Aspergillus sp.) isolated from industrial :// The use of dead biomass of the fungus Hypocrea lixii as a biological system is a new, effective and environmentally friendly bioprocess for the production and uptake of nickel oxide nanoparticles (NPs), which has become a promising field in nanobiotechnology. Dead biomass of the fungus was successfully used to convert nickel ions into nickel oxide NPs in aqueous ://?id=/
Based on the adsorption intensity estimated by the Freundlich model and the mean adsorption free energy estimated by the Dubinin–Radushkevich model, the type of adsorption is defined as physical adsorption. The biomass of the macro-fungus P. eryngii has the potential to remove Cu(II) from a large-scale wastewater contaminated by heavy metals Madani A, Chergui A, Selatnia A () Biosorption of Fe+3 and Mn+2 ions from aqueous solution by a Pleurotus mutilus fungal biomass. J Chem Pharm Res 7(7)–26 Google Scholar Maurya NS, Mittal AK, Cornel P, Rother E () Biosorption of dyes using dead macro fungi: effect of dye structure, ionic strength and ://
Background: This study aimed to investigate the biosorption of pentachlorophenol on Aspergillus niger biomass as a method for removal of pentachlorophenol from aqueous solutions. Methods: Modified A. niger biomass with NaOH was used to absorb the pentachlorophenol. The impacts of various experimental parameters like primary pentachlorophenol concentration, pH of the solution, The maximum adsorption uptakes (q max) of the three metals calculated from the Langmuir biosorption equation for S. maltophilia were , and for Pb(II), Zn(II) and Ni(II), respectively, and for B. subtilis were , and mg/g, respectively. B. subtilis biomass was more favorable for the biosorption of Pb (II) and Ni (II ?language=en.
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The optimum biosorption conditions for maximum removal of nickel from an aqueous solution (initial concentration of nickel, mg/L) obtained were as follows: fungal biomass ( g/L), pH ( Rao M, Parwate AV, Bhole AG. Removal of Cr 6+ and Ni 2+ from aqueous solution using bagasse and fly ash.
Waste Manage ; – Rashid A, Bhatti HN, Iqbal M, Noreen S. Fungal biomass composite with bentonite efficiency for nickel and zinc adsorption: a mechanistic study. Ecol Eng ; – Highlights The feasibility of sugarcane bagasse for the removal of nickel from aqueous solution was evaluated. The sorption process was well explained with pseudo second-order kinetic model.
Maximum sorption capacity was approximately 2 mg/g at 25 °C and at pH 5. The biosorption data was fitted to Langmuir, Freundlich and Sips isotherm models. The thermodynamics parameters were The primary objective of the present study is to evaluate the optimization conditions such as kinetic and equilibrium isotherm models involved in the removal of Ni(II) from the aqueous solutions by Trichoderma viride.
The biosorbent was characterized by FTIR and SEM. The optimum biosorption conditions were determined as a function of pH, biomass dosage, contact time, initial metal ion Biosorption of lead(II) from aqueous solution by fungal biomass of Aspergullus niger Article in Journal of Biotechnology 87(3) June with Reads How we measure 'reads' Eng.
Life Sci. 10, No. 5, Removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution by fungal biomass Standard methods of the examination of water and wastewater Article This paper reports the adsorption of Cr(VI) ions from aqueous solution by sulphuric acid treated sunflower waste. Two adsorbents, namely SHC and SSC, were prepared from sunflower plant head and stem waste.
The adsorbents were characterized by FT-IR, SEM and EDX. The surface areas of SHC and SSC were and m 2 g −1, :// Mechanism of Pb adsorption onto CMTAB Effect of solution pH on Pb adsorption.
Solution pH is a critical factor significantly affecting the metal ions adsorption process. It not only influences the states of the functional groups on the surface of the biomass, but also the existing form of the metal ions in :// The removal of a carcinogenic dye rhodamine B (C.
) from wastewater by biomass of different moulds and yeasts is described. Among all of the fungal species tested, the biomass of Rhizopus oryzae MTCC is found to be the most effective.
Dye adsorption reaches maximum with the biomass harvested from the early stationary phase of :// Thirty strains of algae were examined for their biosorption abilities in the uptake of cadmium, lead, nickel, and zinc from aqueous solution.
A wide range of adsorption capacities between the different strains of algae and between the four metals can be observed. The cyanophyceae Lyngbya taylorii exhibited high uptake capacities for the four metals. The algae showed maximum capacities Removal of nickel from aqueous solution by the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Hazardous Materials () September with Reads Response surface methodology was applied to optimize the removal efficiency of Ni(II).
Pinus sylvestris ovulate cones were used in this study. A 2 3 full-factorial central composite design was employed for experimental design and analysis of the results. The initial Ni(II) concentration (10–30 mg/l), pH (–) and biomass concentration (5–25 g/l) were the critical components of the The biosorption characteristics of nickel(II) ions using the brown algae (Cystoseria indica, Nizmuddinia zanardini, Sargassum glaucescens and Padina australis) were investigated.
Experimental parameters affecting the biosorption process such as pH level, contact time, initial metal concentration and temperature were studied. The equilibrium data fitted very well to the Langmuir adsorption model Adsorption equilibrium for phenol removal from aqueous solution on activated palm seed coat and rattan sawdust was reached within 3 h for phenol concentrations mg l −1 [63, 31].
In the The removal of cupric ions from aqueous solution by a biosorption column in which the Rhizopus arrhizus fungal biomass was immobilized in reticulated foam biomass support particles was studied.
Solution pH was found to be crucial to copper uptake, with the optimum range being 67–7:// The study was performed using algal biomass at the initial concentration was μg/L, biomass dose of 1 g and contact time of min. Hydrogen ion concentration plays important task in affecting the adsorption of heavy metals over adsorbant because it itself compete to the metal ions while ://(20) Shroff KA, Vaidya VK () Kinetics and equilibrium studies on biosorption of nickel from aqueous solution by dead fungal biomass of Mucor hiemalis.
Chem Eng J The immobilization of fungal spores was achieved through the gelation of SA. The ion-exchange reaction between Ca 2+ in solution and Na + in the alginate molecules occurred as the gelation process proceeded.
The presence of empty orbits in Fe 3+ could offset the electronic clouds in electron-rich atoms, which included oxygen-containing and nitrogen-containing groups in the alginate and fungal Experimental results showed that the biosorption onto dried fungal biomass could be well described by the Langmuir equations and the Langmuir monolayer capacity had a mean value of mg/g.
Pseudo-second-order reaction model provided the best description of the data with a correlation coefficient for different initial metal :// The biomass of Penicillium chrysogenum was modified by graft polymerization of acrylic acid (AAc) on the surface of ozone-pretreated biomass.
The sorption capacity for copper and cadmium increased significantly as a large number of carboxyl groups were present on the biomass surface, especially when the carboxylic acid group was converted to carboxylate ions using ://.
The sorption of heavy metals (lead, copper, and cadmium) by a marine algal biomass Sargassum sp. was studied in single and multiple metal-ion systems. Kinetic experiments in the single-metal system revealed very rapid removal rates of metal ions, with ∼90% of the total adsorption occurring within 10−60 min.
Biosorption performance for each single metal ion showed an increase in specific The use of dead fungal biomass has been preferred in numerous studies for biosorption of toxic metal ions from aqueous solution [13,14].
Rhizopus [5,15–17], Aspergillus niger, Peni- R. Kumar et al. / Chemical Engineering Journal () – cillium janthinellum [5,9,18] fungal biomass was selected by many researchers for bioremediation of Cr(VI) › 百度文库 › 互联网.AbstractRecently, removal of nickel ions has been gaining a lot of attention because of the negative impact of nickel ions on the environment.
The aim of this review paper is to organize the scattered available information on removal of nickel ions from aqueous solutions through the adsorption process. Survey on investigated materials suggests that composite- and polymer-based adsorbents have