Comparison of chromium adsorption to starved and fresh subsurface bacterial consortium
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The adsorption of chromium (Cr+6) to a denitrifying consortium was investigated for starved and fresh cells under three pH values (pH 6.0, 7.5 and 9.0). Cells starved 50 days adsorbed approximately 10–15% more Cr+6 than fresh (0 day) cells at those three pH conditions.
KeywordsAdsorption Isotherm Lester Fresh Cell Solid Retention Time Simulated Groundwater
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