Biological purification of exhaust air using fixed bacterial monocultures View Full Text


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DATE

1989-10

AUTHORS

K. Kirchner, U. Schlachter, H. -J. Rehm

ABSTRACT

This paper presents the results of basic investigations on reactions and process engineering in the biological purification of exhaust air in a trickle-bed reactor. The biocatalysts used were pollutant-specific bacterial monocultures, which were immobilized on various carriers. By using different pollutants (e.g. acetone, propionaldehyde, naphthalene and toluence, crude gas concentrations: 5–35 ppm), the effect of the water solubility of the gaseous substances on separation efficiency was studied. Furthermore, a combination of monocultures was used for degradation of a mixture of pollutants. The results show that, with suitable combinations of bacteria, pollutants and carriers, conversions of more than 80% at a space velocity of about 1000-1 can be achieved by this method. More... »

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629-632

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1987-09. Exhaust gas purification using immobilised monocultures (biocatalysts) in APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
  • 1985-01. Phenol degradation by microorganisms adsorbed on activated carbon in APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
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