Biosorption of Strontium from Simulated Nuclear Wastewater by Scenedesmus spinosus under Culture Conditions: Adsorption and Bioaccumulation Processes and Models

@inproceedings{Liu2014BiosorptionOS,
  title={Biosorption of Strontium from Simulated Nuclear Wastewater by Scenedesmus spinosus under Culture Conditions: Adsorption and Bioaccumulation Processes and Models},
  author={Mingxue Liu and Faqin Dong and Wu Kang and Shiyong Sun and Hongfu Wei and Wei Zhang and Xiaoqin Nie and Yuting Guo and Ting Huang and Yuanyuan Liu},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2014}
}
Algae biosorption is an ideal wastewater treatment method when coupled with algae growth and biosorption. The adsorption and bioaccumulation of strontium from simulated nuclear wastewater by Scenedesmus spinosus were investigated in this research. One hundred mL of cultured S. spinosus cells with a dry weight of 1.0 mg in simulated nuclear wastewater were used to analyze the effects on S. spinosus cell growth as well as the adsorption and bioaccumulation characters under conditions of 25 ± 1 °C… CONTINUE READING

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