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作者:Wolfgang Sand , Ji-Dong Gu
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2019, Vol.288Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Carbon dioxide storage in petroleum and other geological reservoirs is an economical option for long-term separation of this gas from the atmosphere. Other options include applications through conversion to valuable chemicals. Microalgae and plants perform direct fix...
作者:... Na Liu , Jianshe Liu , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2019, Vol.280, pp.430-440Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this work, the performance and mechanism for the boosting effects of fructose as an additional co-metabolite towards the biological treatment of reactive black 5 were systematically investigated. A decolorization efficiency of 98% was obtained in sample FRU200 (wi...
作者:... Gloria Levican , Wolfgang Sand , Michael Schlömann
来源:[J].Minerals Engineering(IF 1.207), 2019, Vol.138, pp.52-59Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In bio-hydrometallurgical operations, several studies found that besides having inhibitory effects chloride may also enhance the bacterial leaching of metal sulfides. This study compares the effect of chloride on bacterial growth, iron oxidation activity and bioleach...
作者:... Xin Cao , Xian Zhang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Water Research(IF 4.655), 2019, Vol.164Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Constructed wetlands coupled with a micro-electric field (CW-MEF) is a novel and efficient water treatment technology. The objective of this study was to investigate the mechanism and performance of trace metals (TMs) removal for CW-MEF systems during summer and...
作者:... Zhenjiang He , Jianshe Liu , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety(IF 2.203), 2019, Vol.184Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Four sugar sources were used as co-substrates to promote the degradation of a selected refractory dye reactive black 5 (RB5) by the natural bacterial flora DDMZ1. The boosting performance of the four sugar sources on RB5 decolorization ranked as: fructose > sucrose >...
作者:... Bo Yang , Zhiwei Wang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2019, Vol.695Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Being able to simultaneously reduce and adsorb highly toxic Cr(VI) from bodies of water would provide a significant advance in the treatment of water pollution. Herein, we report on the design of an electroactive filter consisting of nanoscale polyaniline modified ca...
作者:... Zhiwei Wang , Jianmao Yang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Journal of Hazardous Materials(IF 3.925), 2019Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Developing advanced technologies to achieve decontamination of emerging contaminants such as antimony (Sb) is highly demanded. Herein, we successfully designed a dual-functional photoelectrochemical filter system for “one-step” detoxification and sequestration o...
作者:... Xinshan Song , Zhiwei Wang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Journal(IF 3.473), 2020, Vol.383Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The addition of conductive materials or metal oxide nanoparticles (NPs) to anaerobic systems is an attractive strategy to enhance the anaerobic digestion and the production of CH 4 . This study proposed a strategy to boost the CH 4 production by adding granular activ...
作者:... Ming Yang , Zhiwei Wang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Chemosphere(IF 3.137), 2020, Vol.244Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this study, electrooxidation of the tetracycline hydrolysis products was investigated using a carbon nanotube (CNT) electrochemical filter and 4-epianhydrochlortetracycline (EACTC) as a model compound. Electrochemical filtration of 10 μmol L −1 EACTC at a vol...
作者:... Jianshe Liu , Zhiwei Wang , Wolfgang Sand
来源:[J].Chemical Engineering Journal(IF 3.473), 2020, Vol.387Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Herein, we designed a flow-through photoelectrochemical system consisting of a TiO 2 -nanotubes-array-mesh filter to achieve ultra-fast detoxification of highly toxic Sb(III). Upon application of UV-LED irradiation and an electrical field, in situ conversion of ...

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