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Bacterial Reduction Of Toxic Hexavalent Chromium Using A Fed-batch Culture Of Enterobacter Cloacae Strain HOl

E. Fujii, K. Toda, H. Ohtake
Published 1990 · Biology

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Abstract Bacterial reduction of hexavalent chromium (chromate: CrO 4 2− ) was investigated using fed-batch cultures of Enterobacter cloacae strain HOl. In the fed-batch cultures, toxic CrO 4 2− was continuously added in small doses to minimize the toxic effect. The fed-batch process was proved to be an effective biological method for detoxifying CrO 4 2− in aqueous solutions.
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