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Microbiological Process For The Removal Of Cr(VI) From Chromate-bearing Cooling Tower Effluent

J. Bhide, P. Dhakephalkar, K. Paknikar
Published 2004 · Biology

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SummaryA microbiological process using Pseudomonas mendocina was developed for the removal of Cr(VI) from cooling tower effluent. The process, when carried out in a 20 liter continuous stirred tank reactor removed 25–100 mg chromate/l in 4.5–8 h with >99.9% efficiency in the presence of sugarcane molasses as nutrient. The process could sustain wide variations in pH (6.5–9.5), temperature (25°C–40°C) and was unaffected by commonly used biocides.
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