A New Enzymatic Process for the Treatment of Phenolic Pollutants

@inproceedings{Palma2013ANE,
  title={A New Enzymatic Process for the Treatment of Phenolic Pollutants},
  author={Mauri S{\'e}rgio Alves Palma and Harald Horn and Mario Zilli and Gisele Pigatto and Attilio Converti},
  year={2013}
}
This work aimed to develop a new economic enzymatic process to treat the phenolic pollutants using pure tyrosinase in stirred vessel and adopting temperature (T), pH, rotational speed (N), initial phenol (CP,o) and enzyme (CT) concentrations as independent variables. Experimental data of the residual phenol concentration (CP) were used to calculate the oxidation efficiency (η), initial oxidation rate (-ro) and time required to reach the end of reaction (t) that were selected as the responses… CONTINUE READING

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