Biosorption of lead by a white-rot fungus

Dölek, Ayla


Biosorption of nickel and lead by phanerochaete chrysosporium type white rot fungus from a binary metal system
Çeribaşı, İbrahim Haluk; Yetiş, Ülkü; Department of Environmental Engineering (2000)
Biosorption of lead(II) ions from aqueous solution by peanut shells: Equilibrium, thermodynamic and kinetic studies
Tasar, Seyda; Kaya, Fatih; Ozer, Ahmet (2014-06-01)
In this study, the biosorption of Pb(II) ions onto peanut shells from an aqueous solution was studied in a batch system as a function of temperature, pH of the solution, contact time, initial concentration of Pb(II) ions, and peanut shell concentration. It was determined that the biosorption capacity of the peanut shells decreased as the temperature was increased. Several kinetic models were used to determine the biosorption mechanism. It was determined that the biosorption system obeyed the pseudo-second-o...
Biochemical and physiological aspects of boron toxicity in wheat and barley
Mahboobi, Homa; Öktem, Hüseyin Avni; Yücel, Meral; Department of Biochemistry (2000)
Bio-fuel production from microalgae
Onay, Melih; Yücel, A Meral; Öktem, Hüseyin Avni; Department of Biochemistry (2015)
Bio-fuel is a renewable fuel and it includes different biofuel energy sources such as methane, bioethanol and biodiesel. Generally, biodiesel is produced from agricultural waste, vegetable oils such as soybean and palm oil. Third generation biofuels called as microalgae have been appeared nowadays. In the current study, biodiesel production from thermo-resistant green microalgae was focused on. For this aim, microalgae were sampled from a few hotspring points in Haymana and isolated. Identification and char...
PARK, JONGEE; Öztürk, Abdullah (World Scientific Pub Co Pte Lt, 2013-02-01)
Glass-ceramics containing only apatite and wollastonite crystals were produced in the system MgO-CaO-SiO2-P2O5-F by the melt casting process. The bioactivity of the glass-ceramics was determined by immersing the glass-ceramics in a simulated body fluid (SBF) and by assessing the resulting apatite formation on the free surface after various immersion durations. A 12-mu m-thick apatite layer formed on the surface of the glass-ceramic containing only apatite crystals after 20 days immersion in SBF. However, th...
Citation Formats
A. Dölek, “Biosorption of lead by a white-rot fungus,” Middle East Technical University, 1997.