Decolorization Effect of Mycelium Pellet on Saline Azo Dye Wastewater

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A fungus with efficient dye decolorization and that generates a microbial flocculation agent was isolated from a wastewater environment and screened. This bacterial strain imposed a significant decolorization effect on azo dyes. On the basis of morphological and microscopic features, the fungus was identified and named A-6. The results show that the decolorization process of the fungus exhibited two types of actions: adsorption decolorization of mycelium and flocculated decolorization of extracellular products in the dyes. The decolorization ratio reached 99.20%

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Han Zhao

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3784-3787

DOI:

10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.130-134.3784

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J. Z. Zeng et al., "Decolorization Effect of Mycelium Pellet on Saline Azo Dye Wastewater", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 3784-3787, 2012

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October 2011

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