Evaluation of the Biosorption Capacity of Saccharomyces cerevisiae for Heavy Metals in Milk

A biotechnological approach for removing heavy metals from the environment involves the use of biosorbents such as bacteria, yeast, and algae. Heavy metal decontamination in food and water can also be accomplished with these microbes. Using Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a

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Valorization of Dairy Sludge in Water Treatment: Assessment of Biosorption of an Industrial Dye (A-BG)

Today, pollution control is a top priority. Industrial wastewater, particularly that from the textile and paper sectors, can contain a wide range of organic micro contaminants, including dyes. The environment is seriously harmed by the lack of treatment of these

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Study on Removal of Lead(II) from Aqueous Solutions Using Sida rhombifolia as Biosorbent

As a biosorbent, the plant Sida rhombifolia has been used to remove lead ions from aqueous solutions. The biosorption capacity tests were performed in an equilibrium batch to investigate the effects of contact time (10-120 min), temperature (30-60°C), initial metal

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