Removal of chromate anions from aqueous stream by a cationic surfactant-modified yeast. Bingol, A., Ucun, H., Bayhan, Y., K., Karagunduz, A., Cakici, A., & Keskinler, B. BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 94(3):245-249, 2004.
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The removal of chromate anions (CrO42-) from aqueous solution by a cationic surfactant-modified yeast was studied in a batch system. Cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB) was used for biomass modification; it substantially improved the biosorption efficiency. The influences of solution pH, CrO42- anion concentrations and biomass concentration on the biosorption efficiency were investigated. The biosorption of chromate anions by modified yeast was strongly affected by pH. The optimum pH for biosorption of CrO42- by modified yeast was 4.5-5.5. Zeta potential values of modified and unmodified yeast were determined at various pH values. Concentrations ranging from 5.2 to 208 mg/l Cr(VI) were tested and the biosorptive removal efficiency of the metal ions from aqueous solution was more than 99.5%. Freundlich and Langmuir isotherms were used to evaluate the data and the regression constants were determined. (C) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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 abstract = {The removal of chromate anions (CrO42-) from aqueous solution by a
cationic surfactant-modified yeast was studied in a batch system. Cetyl
trimethyl ammonium bromide (CTAB) was used for biomass modification; it
substantially improved the biosorption efficiency. The influences of
solution pH, CrO42- anion concentrations and biomass concentration on
the biosorption efficiency were investigated. The biosorption of
chromate anions by modified yeast was strongly affected by pH. The
optimum pH for biosorption of CrO42- by modified yeast was 4.5-5.5.
Zeta potential values of modified and unmodified yeast were determined
at various pH values. Concentrations ranging from 5.2 to 208 mg/l
Cr(VI) were tested and the biosorptive removal efficiency of the metal
ions from aqueous solution was more than 99.5%. Freundlich and
Langmuir isotherms were used to evaluate the data and the regression
constants were determined. (C) 2004 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.},
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 author = {Bingol, A and Ucun, H and Bayhan, Y K and Karagunduz, A and Cakici, A and Keskinler, B},
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