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Experimental and Theoretical Investigation for Synthetic ...

Experimental and Theoretical Investigation for Synthetic ...

Jan 26, 2022 · Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) acquires global interest in the petroleum industry. Several technologies are implemented to retrieve the residual oil after conventional flooding treatment. One of these prospering technologies is the chemical EOR through polymeric nanocomposites flooding, where nanotechnology acquires incremental attention in the field of …
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Serratia infections: from military experiments to current ...

Serratia infections: from military experiments to current ...

Oct 01, 2011 · In 1998, a red-pigmented endospore-forming organism was recovered from a wastewater treatment tank in Saku, Japan . At the time, it was reported as a probable Bacillus species, but the DNA G+C content resembled that of the genus Serratia . Numerous studies by Ajithkumar and others were undertaken to determine the identity of the isolate.
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Polymers & Phosphonates - Super Absorbent Polymer ...

Polymers & Phosphonates - Super Absorbent Polymer ...

more than 90. Chemtex Speciality Limited is involved in the manufacturing of a wide range of Acrylic Polymers that function as Scale inhibitor in water treatment of cooling tower, boiler and reverse osmosis. The acrylic polymers of high and low molecular weight function differently in separate application.
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Bacterial Biopolymer: Its Role in Pathogenesis to ...

Bacterial Biopolymer: Its Role in Pathogenesis to ...

Apr 12, 2021 · 2.2. Polyamides. Bacteria are capable of producing polyaminoacids or polyamides like secreted poly-L-lysine and poly-D-glutamic acid or the intracellularly produced cyanophycin (copolymer of L-arginine and L-asapartic acid), and they can serve as biofilm matrix components or capsular polymer and also storage materials [].Just like the polysaccharides of biofilm …
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Actinobacteria: Current research and perspectives for ...

Actinobacteria: Current research and perspectives for ...

Jan 01, 2017 · Activated sludge samples from an aerobic pyrethroid-manufacturing wastewater treatment system in Zhongshan, China: Mineral salt medium, deltamethrin (50 mg L −1), 18–38 °C, pH 5–10, and inocula biomass 0.1–1.0 g dry wt L −1: Chen et al. (2011) Streptomyces sp. M7: Organochlorine (lindane)
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Saline Water and Salinity | U.S. Geological Survey

Saline Water and Salinity | U.S. Geological Survey

Sep 11, 2019 · By the way, ocean water contains about 35,000 ppm of salt. Saline water is not just in the oceans. Naturally, when you think of saline water you think of the oceans. But, hundreds of miles from the Pacific Ocean, the residents of states such as Colorado and Arizona can "enjoy a day at the beach" by just walking outside their house, for they may ...
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ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering | Vol 7, No 16

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering | Vol 7, No 16

Aug 19, 2019 · ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 2019, 7, 16, (Research Article) Publication Date (Web): July 17, 2019. Abstract. Full text. PDF. ABSTRACT. The effects of pyrolysis on the composition of the battery cell materials as a function of treatment time and temperature were investigated.
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Characterization of biotechnologically relevant ...

Characterization of biotechnologically relevant ...

Although thermostable lipases are rare among fungal and yeast enzymes, 36 a temperature-resistant lipase from A. niger has been reported earlier to be active between 40 and 55 °C. 35 Most lipases from fungi of the genus Penicillium exhibit maximum activities at temperatures in the range from 25 to 45 °C. 37 One exception is Penicillium ...
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A Broader View: Microbial Enzymes and Their Relevance in ...

A Broader View: Microbial Enzymes and Their Relevance in ...

Enzymes are the large biomolecules that are required for the numerous chemical interconversions that sustain life. They accelerate all the metabolic processes in the body and carry out a specific task. Enzymes are highly efficient, which can increase reaction rates by 100 million to 10 billion times faster than any normal chemical reaction. Due to development in recombinant …
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Exopolysaccharides from marine bacteria: An overview ...

Exopolysaccharides from marine bacteria: An overview ...

Apr 29, 2021 · Ocean represents an unusual diversity of life. The largest proportion of microbial diversity has been found in the oceanic and terrestrial subsurface respectively. Marine habitats are inhabited by several microbial populations adapted to these ecosystems. Among these populations, bacteria are one of the important and dominant inhabitants of such environments.
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Logan - - Major Reference Works - Wiley Online Library

Logan - - Major Reference Works - Wiley Online Library

It is a point-source type of disease, and direct human-to-human transmission is exceedingly rare. Circumstantial evidence shows that humans are moderately resistant to anthrax as compared with obligate herbivores; infectious doses in the human inhalational and intestinal forms are generally very high (LD 50 2,500 to 55,000 spores). Naturally ...
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Hazardous wastes treatment technologies - Yu - 2020 ...

Hazardous wastes treatment technologies - Yu - 2020 ...

Physical Treatment General adsorption. Sebastian, Nangia, and Prasad synthesized magnetite nanoparticles for Cd(II) removal from water.The maximum Cd(II) adsorption capacity was 37.03 mg/g at pH 6.0. Wang, Yang, et al. studied the adsorption of Cd(II) onto high-density polyethylene (HDPE) microplastics (MPs) and reported the maximum Cd(II) adsorption capacity of 30.5 μg/g …
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Anionic Polymer Flocculant & Polyacrylamide Powder ...

Anionic Polymer Flocculant & Polyacrylamide Powder ...

Therefore, the molecular weight and water solubility of the emulsion polyacrylamide are higher than that of the same kind of powdery polyacrylamide. Oil - coated water emulsion is usually insoluble in water. The storage temperature of the emulsion is best between 0oCand 30oC, and the storage time of the emulsion is 12 months.
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Synthesis of temperature-resistant and salt-tolerant ...

Synthesis of temperature-resistant and salt-tolerant ...

The results showed that the SDB-7 was temperature-resistant and salt-tolerant capacity of 140 °C and 22.6×104 mg/L, respectively, oil displacement efficiency under static condition of 84%, and ...
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Fastener Design Manual - NASA

Fastener Design Manual - NASA

temperature limit, “F 450 140 to 250 225 225 to 375 400 800 to 12W 1600 a300 1200 1100 450 to 1000 475 900 Remarks Most common for aerospace fasteners Self-healing and cheaper than cadmium Mildly corrosion resistant but main use is for surface treatment prior to painting. Another use is with oil or wax for deterring corrosion, Too expensive ...
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ACS Applied Bio Materials | Vol 3, No 4

ACS Applied Bio Materials | Vol 3, No 4

The results revealed that S. algae is capable of forming a dense and thick biofilm on the surfaces of 316L SS coupons after 7 days of incubation, which reached about a thickness of 40.4 μm. According to electrochemical results, the S. algae biofilm also induced the corrosion of …
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Culture Media - Microbiology Resource Center - Truckee ...

Culture Media - Microbiology Resource Center - Truckee ...

Using a loop, select 3-4 well isolated colonies, ideally from an hour culture. Transfer to a small amount of sterile water. Adjust the turbidity to 0.5 McFarland standard. Use the procedure outlined in antimicrobial susceptibility testing to swab the entire plate to obtain confluent growth.
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The Effects of Saltwater on Metals - Sciencing

The Effects of Saltwater on Metals - Sciencing

Apr 27, 2018 · Saltwater and Metal. The combination of moisture, oxygen and salt, especially sodium chloride, damages metal worse than rust does. This combination corrodes, or eats away at, the metal, weakening it and causing it to fall apart. Saltwater corrodes metal five times faster than fresh water does and the salty, humid ocean air causes metal to ...
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