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Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations

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Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations. / Zou, G.; Papirio, S.; van Hullebusch, E. D.; Puhakka, J. A.

julkaisussa: Bioresource Technology, Vuosikerta 179, 01.03.2015, s. 284-290.

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Zou, G, Papirio, S, van Hullebusch, ED & Puhakka, JA 2015, 'Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations', Bioresource Technology, Vuosikerta. 179, Sivut 284-290. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2014.12.044

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Zou, G. ; Papirio, S. ; van Hullebusch, E. D. ; Puhakka, J. A. / Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations. Julkaisussa: Bioresource Technology. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 179. Sivut 284-290.

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title = "Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations",
abstract = "This study revealed that fluidized-bed denitrifying cultures tolerated soluble Ni concentrations up to 500mg/L at 7-8 and 22°C. From 10 to 40mg/L of feed Ni, denitrification resulted in complete nitrate and nitrite removal. The concomitant reduction of 30mg/L of sulfate produced 10mg/L of sulfide that precipitated nickel, resulting in soluble effluent Ni below 22mg/L. At this stage, Dechloromonas species were the dominant denitrifying bacteria. From 60 to 500mg/L of feed Ni, nickel remained in solution due to the inhibition of sulfate reduction. At soluble 60mg/L of Ni, denitrification was partially inhibited prior to recover after 34days of enrichment by other Ni-tolerant species (including Delftia, Zoogloea and Azospira) that supported Dechloromonas. Subsequently, the FBR cultures completely removed nitrate even at 500mg/L of Ni. Visual Minteq speciation model predicted the formation of NiS, NiCO3 and Ni3(PO4)2, whilst only Ni3(PO4)2 was detected by XRD.",
keywords = "Denitrification, Denitrifying communities, Fluidized-bed reactor, Nickel, X-ray diffraction",
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T1 - Fluidized-bed denitrification of mining water tolerates high nickel concentrations

AU - Zou, G.

AU - Papirio, S.

AU - van Hullebusch, E. D.

AU - Puhakka, J. A.

PY - 2015/3/1

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N2 - This study revealed that fluidized-bed denitrifying cultures tolerated soluble Ni concentrations up to 500mg/L at 7-8 and 22°C. From 10 to 40mg/L of feed Ni, denitrification resulted in complete nitrate and nitrite removal. The concomitant reduction of 30mg/L of sulfate produced 10mg/L of sulfide that precipitated nickel, resulting in soluble effluent Ni below 22mg/L. At this stage, Dechloromonas species were the dominant denitrifying bacteria. From 60 to 500mg/L of feed Ni, nickel remained in solution due to the inhibition of sulfate reduction. At soluble 60mg/L of Ni, denitrification was partially inhibited prior to recover after 34days of enrichment by other Ni-tolerant species (including Delftia, Zoogloea and Azospira) that supported Dechloromonas. Subsequently, the FBR cultures completely removed nitrate even at 500mg/L of Ni. Visual Minteq speciation model predicted the formation of NiS, NiCO3 and Ni3(PO4)2, whilst only Ni3(PO4)2 was detected by XRD.

AB - This study revealed that fluidized-bed denitrifying cultures tolerated soluble Ni concentrations up to 500mg/L at 7-8 and 22°C. From 10 to 40mg/L of feed Ni, denitrification resulted in complete nitrate and nitrite removal. The concomitant reduction of 30mg/L of sulfate produced 10mg/L of sulfide that precipitated nickel, resulting in soluble effluent Ni below 22mg/L. At this stage, Dechloromonas species were the dominant denitrifying bacteria. From 60 to 500mg/L of feed Ni, nickel remained in solution due to the inhibition of sulfate reduction. At soluble 60mg/L of Ni, denitrification was partially inhibited prior to recover after 34days of enrichment by other Ni-tolerant species (including Delftia, Zoogloea and Azospira) that supported Dechloromonas. Subsequently, the FBR cultures completely removed nitrate even at 500mg/L of Ni. Visual Minteq speciation model predicted the formation of NiS, NiCO3 and Ni3(PO4)2, whilst only Ni3(PO4)2 was detected by XRD.

KW - Denitrification

KW - Denitrifying communities

KW - Fluidized-bed reactor

KW - Nickel

KW - X-ray diffraction

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