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The Effect of Sulfur Concentration on Heavy Metals Bioleaching from Contaminated Sediments.

Year 2010, Volume 27, Issue 2, 73 - 78, 01.06.2010

Abstract

References

  • Akinci, G., Guven, D. 2011. Bioleaching of heavy metals contaminated sediment by pure and mixed cultures of Acidithiobacillus spp. Desalination, 268:221-226.
  • Allen, H.E. 1995. Metal Contaminated Aquatic Sediments. 2nd ed. Michigan: Ann Arbor Press.
  • Bosecker, K. 1997. Bioleaching: Metal solubilization by microorganisms. FEMS Microbiol. Rev., 20:591-604.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2000. Influence of solid content on bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediment by Thiobacillus spp. J Chem. Technol. Biotechnol., 75:649-656.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2001. Bioleaching of heavy metals from sediment: significance of pH. Chemosphere, 44:1093-1102.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2001. Effect of substrate concentrations on bioleaching of metal-contaminated sediment. J Hazard. Mater., B (28):77-89.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2004. Bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediment by indigenous sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in an air-lift bioreactor:effects of sulfur concentration, Water Res., 38:3205-3214.
  • Dean, J.R. 2003. Methods for environmental trace analysis. England: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  • DSMZ, 2004. Growth mediums of Thiobacillus spp, World Wide Web electronic publication http://www.dsmz.de/microorganisms/html/media/medium000271.html
  • Guven, E.D., Akinci, G. 2008. Heavy metals partitioning in the sediments of Izmir Inner Bay, J. Environ. Sci., 20 :413–418.
  • Guven, D., Akinci, G. 2011. Comparison of acid digestion techniques to determine heavy metals in sediment and soil samples. Gazi University Journal of Science, 24(1): 29-34.
  • Rauret, G., Lopez-Sanchez, J.F., Sahuquillo, A., Rubio, R., Davidson, C., Ure, A. 1999. Improvement of the BCR three step sequential extraction procedure prior to the certification of new sediment and soil reference materials. J. Environ.Monit, 1:57-61
  • Seidel, H., Wennrich, R., Hoffman, P., Löser, C. 2005. Effect of different types of elemental sulfur on bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediments. Chemosphere, 62(9): 1444-1453.
  • Tsai, L.J., Yu, K.C., Chen, S.F., Kung, P.Y., Chang, C.Y., Lin, C.H. 2003. Partitioning variation of heavy metals in contaminated river sediment via bioleaching: effect of sulfur added to total solids ratio. Water Res., 37:4623-4630.
  • Tsai, L.J., Yu, K.C., Chen, S.F., Kung, P.Y. 2003. Effect of temperature on removal of heavy metals from contaminated river sediments via bioleaching. Water Res., 37: 2449-2457.

Ağır Metallerin Kirlenmiş Sedimentten Biyoliç Yöntemiyle Giderilmesinde Sülfür Konsantrasyonun Etkisi.

Year 2010, Volume 27, Issue 2, 73 - 78, 01.06.2010

Abstract

Sunulan çalışmada ağır metallerce kirleniş deniz sedimentinden Cr, Cu, Pb ve Zn metallerinin biyoliç yöntemiyle uzaklaştırılmasında kullanılan sülfür miktarının etkisi araştırılmıştır. Biyoliç prosesinde mikrobiyel aktivite için Acidithiobacillius thiooxidans kullanılmıştır. Yapılan deneylerde bir litrelik erlenler içinde %0.5 (w/v) oranında katı madde (sediment) konsantrasyonuyla çalışılmış ve farklı testlerde %0.25, %0.5, %1, ve %1.5 (w/v) oranında eklenen sülfür miktarıyla deneyler yürütülerek optimum sülfür dozu belirlenmiştir. Biyoliç işleminin sonunda, metallerin toplam çözünmesinin yanı sıra, sedimentte bağlı bulundukları kimyasal dağılım formlarındaki değişim de tespit edilmiştir. pH değerinin neredeyse sabitlendiği 48 günlük biyoliç periyodunun sonunda, tüm metallerde en yüksek çözünürlüğün 0.5% (w/v) oranında sülfür eklenen erlenlerde gerçekleştiği görülmüştür. Daha yüksek oranda eklenen sülfürün biyoliç yönteminde inhibe edici etkisi olduğu, daha az sülfürün ise mikrobiyel aktivite için yeterli olmadığı sonucuna varılmıştır. Ağır metallerin kirli sedimentten giderilme oranı sırasıyla Zn>Cu>Cr>Pb şeklinde tespit edilmiştir

References

  • Akinci, G., Guven, D. 2011. Bioleaching of heavy metals contaminated sediment by pure and mixed cultures of Acidithiobacillus spp. Desalination, 268:221-226.
  • Allen, H.E. 1995. Metal Contaminated Aquatic Sediments. 2nd ed. Michigan: Ann Arbor Press.
  • Bosecker, K. 1997. Bioleaching: Metal solubilization by microorganisms. FEMS Microbiol. Rev., 20:591-604.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2000. Influence of solid content on bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediment by Thiobacillus spp. J Chem. Technol. Biotechnol., 75:649-656.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2001. Bioleaching of heavy metals from sediment: significance of pH. Chemosphere, 44:1093-1102.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2001. Effect of substrate concentrations on bioleaching of metal-contaminated sediment. J Hazard. Mater., B (28):77-89.
  • Chen, S.Y., Lin, J.G. 2004. Bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediment by indigenous sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in an air-lift bioreactor:effects of sulfur concentration, Water Res., 38:3205-3214.
  • Dean, J.R. 2003. Methods for environmental trace analysis. England: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
  • DSMZ, 2004. Growth mediums of Thiobacillus spp, World Wide Web electronic publication http://www.dsmz.de/microorganisms/html/media/medium000271.html
  • Guven, E.D., Akinci, G. 2008. Heavy metals partitioning in the sediments of Izmir Inner Bay, J. Environ. Sci., 20 :413–418.
  • Guven, D., Akinci, G. 2011. Comparison of acid digestion techniques to determine heavy metals in sediment and soil samples. Gazi University Journal of Science, 24(1): 29-34.
  • Rauret, G., Lopez-Sanchez, J.F., Sahuquillo, A., Rubio, R., Davidson, C., Ure, A. 1999. Improvement of the BCR three step sequential extraction procedure prior to the certification of new sediment and soil reference materials. J. Environ.Monit, 1:57-61
  • Seidel, H., Wennrich, R., Hoffman, P., Löser, C. 2005. Effect of different types of elemental sulfur on bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediments. Chemosphere, 62(9): 1444-1453.
  • Tsai, L.J., Yu, K.C., Chen, S.F., Kung, P.Y., Chang, C.Y., Lin, C.H. 2003. Partitioning variation of heavy metals in contaminated river sediment via bioleaching: effect of sulfur added to total solids ratio. Water Res., 37:4623-4630.
  • Tsai, L.J., Yu, K.C., Chen, S.F., Kung, P.Y. 2003. Effect of temperature on removal of heavy metals from contaminated river sediments via bioleaching. Water Res., 37: 2449-2457.

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Primary Language Turkish
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Elif Duyuşen GÜVEN1 This is me


Görkem AKINCI This is me

Publication Date June 1, 2010
Application Date December 7, 2015
Acceptance Date September 28, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2010, Volume 27, Issue 2

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APA Güven1, E. D. & Akıncı, G. (2010). Ağır Metallerin Kirlenmiş Sedimentten Biyoliç Yöntemiyle Giderilmesinde Sülfür Konsantrasyonun Etkisi. . Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 27 (2) , 73-78 . Retrieved from http://www.egejfas.org/en/pub/issue/4999/67665