The aim of this study was to isolate a mould from the surface of manganese slag which had strong resistance and high adsorption of Mn2 + , and to determine the effects of initial Mn2 + concentration, incubation temperature, rotation speed and inoculation amount on adsorption of Mn2 + from manganese waste water solution. The result showed that a mould (A5) which was isolated from manganese slag had the adsorption rate of Mn2 + to 97.5% at the initial pH value 6, inoculation amount 2%, rotation speed 150 r/min, a concentration of Mn2 + 500 mg/L, and a temperature of 28°C cultivated for 50 h. As there is no research on adsorption of Mn2 + from manganese waste water by fungi before, this research showed a theoretical guidance on this field.
Manganese waste water treatment by fungi derived from manganese slag
Yu-Zhu Ou-yang, Jian-Bing Cao, Xiao-Ming Li, Wei Zheng, Dong-Bo Wang, Yi Zhang; Manganese waste water treatment by fungi derived from manganese slag. Water Sci Technol 1 September 2010; 62 (5): 1183–1189. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2010.428
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