Dechlorination of high-molecular-mass compounds in spent sulphite bleach effluents by free and immobilized cells of streptomycetes

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Streptomyces chromofuscus and S. rochei dechlorinated high-molecular-mass compounds (HMM) from industrial bleach effluents. Compounds of the effluents from the first chlorination [(C + D)red] and the subsequent alkaline extraction stage (E1O) of a sulphite cellulose pulp mill were used as substrates for the microbial transformations. HMM bleach effluent… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00192104

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