by ka natarajan cited by 5 — large quantities of copper, uranium and gold ores are processed by microbial technology on an industrial scale. the recovery of several other metals are also
by de rawlings 2002 cited by 760 — the use of acidiphilic, chemolithotrophic iron- and sulfur-oxidizing microbes in processes to recover metals from certain types of copper, uranium, and
by r quatrini 2019 cited by 15 — microbe of the month volume 27, issue 3, p282-283, march 01, 2019 the recovery of base and precious metals from mineral leachates.
by c nikolova 2020 cited by 19 — microbial enhanced oil recovery (meor) is an attractive, alternative of the oil-water minerals displacement efficiency (decrease in the ift
by y lei 2019 cited by 17 — the first simple chamber microbial electrolysis cell (mec) for phosphorus recovery was developed and tested with artificial wastewater by
after a mineral deposit has been identified through exploration, the industry must make a such as bacteria and fungi, has not been focused on mineral exploration. in underground coal mining the overall recovery in the united states
by a yernazarova 2016 cited by 8 — microbial enhanced oil recovery; meor; microorganisms; strata microflora are pumped into the formation as a water-air mixture containing mineral salts,
by c nikolova 2019 cited by 19 — keywords: microbial enhanced oil recovery, microorganisms, oil of the oil-water minerals displacement efficiency (decrease in the ift
by bn orcutt 2020 cited by 16 — here, we indicate that the potential impacts of mining on microbial ecosystem open in figure viewerpowerpoint for a system to recover previous microbial methane consumption activity following a disturbance (ruff et al.
by ka miller 2018 cited by 147 — the physical recovery of manganese nodules will take main wastes released during mineral recovery. of chemolithotrophic microorganisms because there
presentation of copper - slideshare 04/09/2016 extraction of copper from its ores. recovery of copper by solution mining techniques. microbial leaching (bioleaching, biomining,,it is operated as simple heap leaching process or
microbial ore leaching is the process in which microorganisms are used to this method is used to recover many different precious metals like copper, figure: sulfide mineral bacterial leaching: bacterial cells oxidizing the
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by p anbu 2016 cited by 271 — 2013). in this process, organisms control nucleation and growth of minerals. urease activity is found in a wide range of microorganisms, but some strains nagamine s. intracellular recovery of gold by microbial reduction of
in indirect bioleaching, microorganisms are not in direct contact with minerals during the process the leach fluid is then stored until it is time for metal recovery.
appliion of microbial processes by the mineral indus- . gold ore followed by conventional milling in a cyanide-. cip circuit for gold recovery.
in fact, microorganisms can be successfully used for the extraction of metals (e.g., copper, zinc, cobalt, lead, uranium) from low grade ores. mining with microbes is
oligohaline regions (0-5 ppt) can be sites of blue-green algal blooms, c mineralizath of the litter colonizing microflora, microbial biomass in the f layer and the acid-induced leaching of mineral-n and accelerated the recovery of the litter
by s kutschke 1999 cited by 2 — to obtain basic information on the recovery of uranium using the microbial cells bioleaching involves solubilization of metals from minerals by metabolic
by nt joutey 2013 cited by 166 — several microorganisms, including fungi, bacteria and yeasts are involved in biostimulation involving the addition of soil nutrients, trace minerals, electron are methods that can be applied to accelerate the recovery of polluted sites.
bio leaching or bio mining. technology for metal extraction from low grade ores and mineral concentrate by the use of micro organisms.
source and finished drinking waters are vulnerable to microbial pathogen and application of methods to recover and concentrate microbes from water. other solid-phase or granular media, including minerals (such as iron oxide, talc and
by r jacoby 2017 cited by 380 — however, the full range of microbes associated with plants and their potential to plant mineral nutrition, summarizing the current knowledge in several if we want to recover some dynamic information, we can consider that
microbial technology renders helps in case of recovery of ores which cannot be in indirect bacterial leaching microbes are not in direct contact with minerals