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Isolation, Identification, and Characterization of Cadmium Resistant Pseudomonas sp. M3 from Industrial Wastewater
The present study deals with the isolation, identification, and characterization of the cadmium resistant bacteria from wastewater collected from industrial area of Penang, Malaysia. The isolate wasExpand
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Isolation, identification, characterization, and evaluation of cadmium removal capacity of Enterobacter species
This study focused on the isolation and characterization of high cadmium‐resistant bacterial strains, possible exploitation of its cadmium‐accumulation and cadmium‐induced proteins. Cadmium‐resistantExpand
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Kinetics study and modelling of steam methane reforming process over a NiO/Al2O3 catalyst in an adiabatic packed bed reactor
Abstract Kinetic rate data for steam methane reforming (SMR) coupled with water gas shift (WGS) over an 18 wt. % NiO/α-Al 2 O 3 catalyst are presented in the temperature range of 300–700 °C at 1 bar.Expand
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Isolation and characterization of arsenic resistant bacteria from wastewater
The present study proposed the isolation of arsenic resistant bacteria from wastewater. Only three bacterial isolates (MNZ1, MNZ4 and MNZ6) were able to grow in high concentrations of arsenic. TheExpand
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Enhanced bioremediation of toxic metals and harvesting electricity through sediment microbial fuel cell
Summary Performance of sediment microbial fuel cells (SMFCs) with aerated (A-SMFC) and nonaerated (NA-SMFC) cathodes was evaluated at different operating conditions in toxic metal removal and powerExpand
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Isolation and characterization of Cd-resistant bacteria from industrial wastewater
AbstractThree bacterial strains were isolated from industrial effluents of Penang, Malaysia. The strains RZ1, RZ2, and RZ3 were identified as Pantoea sp. RL32.2, Salmonella enterica, and EnterobacterExpand
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A review on sediment microbial fuel cells as a new source of sustainable energy and heavy metal remediation: mechanisms and future prospective
Summary Sediment microbial fuel cells (SMFCs) are different from microbial fuel cells because they are completely anoxic and lack a membrane. SMFCs are a novel technology for the simultaneousExpand
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Electrochemistry and microbiology of microbial fuel cells treating marine sediments polluted with heavy metals
The industrial contamination of marine sediments with chromium, copper and nickel in Penang, Malaysia was addressed with bio-remediation, coupled with power generation, using in situ sedimentExpand
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Bioremediation and Electricity Generation by Using Open and Closed Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells
The industrial contamination of marine sediments with mercury, silver, and zinc in Penang, Malaysia was studied with bio-remediation coupled with power generation using membrane less open (aerated)Expand
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Differential dose absorptions for various biological tissue equivalent materials using Gafchromic XR-QA2 film in diagnostic radiology.
Phantoms are devices that simulate human tissues including soft tissues, lungs, and bones in medical and health physics. The purpose of this work was to investigate the differential dose absorptionExpand
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