The Pilot Plant Testing of the Continuous Extraction of Radionuclides Using Immobilized Biomass View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

Marios Tsezos , Ronald G. L. McCready

ABSTRACT

Microbial biomass has been shown to be able to sequester a variety of metal ions from aquatic solutions. The selective extraction of metal ions from dilute complex solutions by microbial biomass has been termed biosorption. The biosorption of metals is characterized by high selectivity for certain metal ions which is exhibited equally well by live and dead cells. This high selectivity is also exhibited in very complex ionic matrices as for example in acid mine drainage or biological leachate solutions (1,2). More... »

PAGES

249-260

Book

TITLE

Environmental Biotechnology for Waste Treatment

ISBN

978-1-4684-5957-9
978-1-4684-5955-5

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-5955-5_25

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