Biofiltration methods for the removal of phenolic residues

@article{Neves2006BiofiltrationMF,
  title={Biofiltration methods for the removal of phenolic residues},
  author={L. C. Neves and T{\'a}bata Taemi Miazaki Ohara Miyamura and D. A. Moraes and T. C. V. Penna and A. Converti},
  journal={Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology},
  year={2006},
  volume={129},
  pages={130-152}
}
  • L. C. Neves, Tábata Taemi Miazaki Ohara Miyamura, +2 authors A. Converti
  • Published 2006
  • Chemistry
  • Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  • Industrial effluents from the pharmaceutical industry often contain high concentrations of phenolic compounds. The presence of “anthropogenic” organic compounds in the environment is a serious problem for human health; therefore, it merits special attention by the competent public agencies. Different methods have been proposed in the last two decades for the treatment of this kind of industrial residues, the most important of which are those utilizing absorption columns, vaporization and… CONTINUE READING
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