Influence of the Silicon- and Element-Organic Compounds on the Process of Biochemical Oxidation in the Organic Contaminations


One of the methods used in practice for the purification of wastewater from vegetable-processing enterprises is biological method of aerobic purification. With the aim to increase air-tank capacity used in traditional systems of biochemical purification of wastewater, different ways effecting to the process of vital activity of microorganisms of active sludge are applied. On the one hand, using the compositions of different salts and complex organic biogenous supplements prevents from the accumulation of some anions in the amounts exceeding the limited concentration, on the other hand- allows different groups of microorganisms to choose biogenous elements, which they assimilate easily and fully. It is known, that compounds of silicon and germanium can cause stimulating effects [1] to the organisms of active sludge. The goal of present studies is the intensification of biological processes of oxidation of organic contamination in wastewater by new bio-degradable chemical compounds or compositions on their basis, and by bio-sorbents.

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V. Kantere, T. Mukhamedzhanova, L. Tchurmasova, O. Ryzhova and S. Zhukova, "Influence of the Silicon- and Element-Organic Compounds on the Process of Biochemical Oxidation in the Organic Contaminations," Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 6, 2012, pp. 321-323. doi: 10.4236/eng.2012.46041.

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