volume 39, issue 20, P5045-5054 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.08.001
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M.A. Manal, Samy El-Naggar, A. El-Aasar, I. Barakat Khlood

Abstract: Seven water and sediment samples were collected and tested for decolorizing crystal violet. Pseudomonas aeruginosa was the most effective isolate for dye decolorization. The LC50 of the crystal violet (115 mg/l) was measured using Artemia salina as a biomarker. The effect of different heavy metals on crystal violet decolorization was investigated. Cd2+ and Fe3+ ions showed marginal enhancement of the decolorization process, the rate was 1.35 mg/l/h compared to (1.25 mg/l/h) for the control. Phenol and m-cresol…

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