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A modified oxic-settling-anaerobic activated sludge process using gravity thickening for excess sludge reduction
Oxic-settling-anaerobic process (OSA) was known as a cost-effective way to reduce the excess sludge production with simple upgrade of conventional activated sludge process (CAS). A lowExpand
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[Isolation and characterization of electrochemical active bacterial Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain RE7].
Microbial components of the microbial fuel cells (MFCs), including species constitution and metabolic mechanism of the anodic microorganisms, are critical to the optimization of electricityExpand
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[Influence of substrate COD on methane production in single-chambered microbial electrolysis cell].
The chemical oxygen demand (COD) of substrate can affect the microbial activity of both anode and cathode biofilm in the single-chamber methanogenic microbial electrolysis cell (MEC). In order toExpand
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Effect of hypoxia on motion sickness induced by optokinetic stimulation.
The purpose of this experiment was to study the effect of hypoxia on motion sickness (MS) induced by optokinetic stimulation and to observe its character and principle. Twenty healthy male subjectsExpand
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[Comparison of power generation in microbial fuel cells of two different structures].
Low electricity productivity and high cost are two problems facing the development of microbial fuel cell (MFC). Comparative studies on electricity generation in MFCs of different designs while underExpand
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[Characterization of biocatalysed sulfate reduction in a cathode of microbial electrolysis system].
In order to improve H2 utilization efficiency and to reduce energy consumption during the hydrogenotrophic sulfate reduction process, a two-chambered microbial electrolysis system (MES) with aExpand
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[Electricity generation and quinoline degradation of pure strains and mixed strains in the microbial fuel cell].
Microbial flora composition of microbial fuel cells (MFC) is important to the electricity generation. Four bacterium strains Q1, b, c and d which represent all different morphology of culturableExpand
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[Power generation from glucose and nitrobenzene degradation using the microbial fuel cell].
By constructing a dual-chamber microbial fuel cell (MFC), experiments were carried out using an initial glucose concentration of 1 000 mg/L with different nitrobenzene (NB) concentrations (0, 50, 150Expand
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[Kinetics and mechanism analysis of the degradation of hexachlorbenzene in water by advanced oxidation process].
The degradation characteristics and rule of hexachlorobenzen (HCB) in water were studied and the results were compared by the advanced oxidation process UV, O3 and UV/O3. The experimental resultsExpand
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[Hydrodynamic effects of the oxidation ditch on the removal efficiency and energy consumption].
The hydrodynamic characteristics in the oxidation ditch have great effects on the distributions of the dissolved oxygen and the velocity gradient, and then make important effects on the removalExpand
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