Exhaust gas purification using immobilised monocultures (biocatalysts)

@article{Kirchner1987ExhaustGP,
  title={Exhaust gas purification using immobilised monocultures (biocatalysts)},
  author={Kurt Kirchner and Gerhard Hauk and H. J. Rehm},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={1987},
  volume={26},
  pages={579-587}
}
SummaryThe paper is concerned with the purification of exhaust gases using biocatalysts in a trickle bed reactor. Substance specific strains (monocultures) which were, for example, immobilised on activated carbon served as biocatalyst. Technically important solvents and substances such as aldehydes, methyl ethyl ketone and ethyl acetate were used as pollutants. Their concentration was about 5–40 ppm in the exhaust gas to be purified. The experiments show that with suitable bacterial, strains… CONTINUE READING

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