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Enhanced phenol degradation using an immobilized highly efficient degrading fungus on a new porous adsorption material

A highly efficient phenol degradation fungus, named as WJ-1, is segregated from activated sludge and classified as the strain of Candida tropicalis . The phenol degradation performance of the strain WJ-1 and its immobilization on the porous adsorption material (PAM), are systemically studied. The de... Full description

Journal Title: Energy Sources Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 09 August 2018, p.1-13
Main Author: Tang, Wenjing
Other Authors: Wang, Cuiyan , Yang, Xinyu , Zhang, Jianbin
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ID: ISSN: 1556-7036 ; E-ISSN: 1556-7230 ; DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2018.1505978
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15567036.2018.1505978
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title: Enhanced phenol degradation using an immobilized highly efficient degrading fungus on a new porous adsorption material
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description: A highly efficient phenol degradation fungus, named as WJ-1, is segregated from activated sludge and classified as the strain of Candida tropicalis . The phenol degradation performance of the strain WJ-1 and its immobilization on the porous adsorption material (PAM), are systemically studied. The degradation results show that the strain could use phenol as the sole carbon source below 2000 mg/L of the phenol concentration. In the 1000 mg/L phenol solution, phenol could be completely degraded using the strain during 56 h under the optimum phenol degradation conditions, as follows: pH of 7.0, temperature of 30°C, the volumes of bacterial suspension of 30 mL (cells concentration of 4.5 × 10 10 /mL), and shaking speed of 180 rev/min. Under these conditions, phenol can be entirely degraded by the immobilized strain on the surface of PAM during 44 h with the dosage of PAM 45 g/L. Article ahead-of-print.
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