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N. Yu. Klimenko, I. V. Siora, O. A. Novikova, T. V. Krupska, V. V. Turov
«Composite System Based on a Mixture of Nanosilicas and Bacteria for Water Purification from Motor Oil»
157–170 (2020)

PACS numbers: 81.07.-b, 89.30.aj, 89.60.-k, 91.62.Jf, 92.20.jb, 92.40.kc, 92.40.qc

The purpose of the work is to create a composite system based on the mixture of hydrophilic (-300) and hydrophobic (1-300) silica, and Bacillus bacteria of several species as the components of the biopreparation Doctor Robic 106. As determined, the mineral component of the composite system significantly intensifies the vital activity of microorganisms, probably, due to the higher penetration of cellular membranes for nutritive substances and cell metabolites. In such a case, adsorption of motor oil by the mineral composite is proportional to its quantity, and the presence of bacteria in the composite system reduces its adsorption capacity. As compared with the pure culture of the biopreparation, the process of purifying water from motor oil by the composite system is far more efficient. Due to this, the developed composite system may be recommended for practical use.

Keywords: water purification, hydrophilic and hydrophobic silicas, composite system, bacteria of the Bacillus genus, destruction of hydrocarbons, motor oil

https://doi.org/10.15407/nnn.18.01.157

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