Flotation as a bioseparation process for Fungi removal
Collectorless flotation has been investigated in a laboratory scale, as a separation technique applied effectively to biomass fine particles (dead free) of Penicillium and Rhizopus; these were previously used for cadmium ( apriority toxic pollutant) biosorption from dilute aqueous solutions. The basic parameters of dispersed air flotation were studied, i.e. solution pH, flotation time, ethanol addition (as a convenient frother, Cd and biomass concentration.
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