Combination of biochar and immobilized bacteria accelerates polyacrylamide biodegradation in soil by both bio-augmentation and bio-stimulation strategies

Volume: 405, Pages: 124086 - 124086
Published: Mar 1, 2021
Abstract
Polyacrylamide (PAM) has been used extensively due to its well-known stable chemical properties, but limited information is available on the biodegradation of soil-containing PAM. In this work, sufficient degradation of PAM was achieved via the addition of the Klebsiella sp. PCX-biochar composite to PAM-containing soil, due to the synergic effect of bio-augmentation and bio-stimulation. The optimal degradation rate of 69.1% over 30-day period...
Paper Details
Title
Combination of biochar and immobilized bacteria accelerates polyacrylamide biodegradation in soil by both bio-augmentation and bio-stimulation strategies
Published Date
Mar 1, 2021
Volume
405
Pages
124086 - 124086
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