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Sustained trichloroethylene cometabolism by phenol-degrading bacteria in sequencing biofilm reactors

Author
SEGAR, R. L1 ; DE WYS, S. L; SPEITEL, G. E
[1] Univ. Missouri, dep. civil eng., Columbia MO, United States
Source

Water environment research. 1995, Vol 67, Num 5, pp 764-774 ; ref : 28 ref

ISSN
1061-4303
Scientific domain
Biotechnology; Environment; Pollution
Publisher
Water Environment Federation, Alexandria, VA
Publication country
United States
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Biofilm Bioréacteur Cométabolisme Dégradation biologique Eau souterraine Ethylène(trichloro) Modélisation Phénol Traitement eau
Keyword (en)
Biofilm Bioreactor Cometabolism Biodegradation Ground water Ethylene(trichloro) Modeling Phenol Water treatment
Keyword (es)
Biofilm Biorreactor Cometabolismo Degradación biológica Agua subterránea Etileno(tricloro) Modelización Fenol Tratamiento agua
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001D Applied sciences / 001D16 Pollution / 001D16A Water treatment and pollution / 001D16A04 Natural water pollution / 001D16A04B Groundwaters

Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A31 Biotechnology / 002A31D Industrial applications and implications. Economical aspects / 002A31D07 Environment and pollution / 002A31D07A Biological treatment of waters

Discipline
Biotechnology Pollution
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
3614906

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