Examination of exopolysaccharides in heavy metal laden wastewater biofilm.
Examination of exopolysaccharides in heavy metal-ladden [sic] wastewater biofilm
"In this study, we hypothesized copper can be biosorbed or bioaccumulated by biofilm EPS and exopolysaccharides play a major role in copper removal. Based on the above background, we wanted to study how well a biofilm system will remove copper. Moreover, we wanted to study copper removal mechanism by monitoring the change of exopolysaccharides components in biofilm EPS during Cu removal."--page 3.
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
M.S. in Environmental Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
xi, 133 pages
© 2002 Liyun Xie, All rights reserved.
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Copper -- Environmental aspects
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Xie, Liyun, "Examination of exopolysaccharides in heavy metal laden wastewater biofilm." (2002). Masters Theses. 2272.
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