Influence of the water content and water activity on styrene degradation by Exophiala jeanselmei in biofilters View Full Text


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DATE

1996-07

AUTHORS

H. H. J. Cox, F. J. Magielsen, H. J. Doddema, W. Harder

ABSTRACT

The performance at low water availability of styrene-degrading biofilters with the fungus Exophiala jeanselmei growing on perlite, the inert support, was investigated. E. jeanselmei degrades styrene at a water activity of 0.91–1. In biofilters, the styrene elimination capacity at a water activity of 0.91 is 5% of the maximal elimination capacity of 79 g m-3 h-1 (water activity 1). Application of dry air results in a rapid loss of styrene degradation activity, even at 40%–60% (w/w) water in the filter bed and at a water activity of 1. Humidification of the gas and an additional supply of water to the filter bed are necessary to maintain a high and stable styrene elimination capacity. More... »

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851-856

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s002530050773

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