Drinking Water Treatment of Natural Organic Wastes Matter with HPSEC Profile Using White Rot FungusJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2014-05-15
Authors : Jeyabharathi.S; Stephan.R;
Page : 1614-1620
Keywords : Basidiomycetes; Ecosystem; Phanerochaete sanguinea; Synthetic resins; White rot fungi;
The large water reservation of water bodies in dams and municipal tanks will have many undesirable formations that cause the organic pollution and lethal effect to aquatic ecosystem. The present study was made to remove safely the natural organic matter (i. e. undesirable formation) consisting non-humic and humic substances, since the accumulation of those gives an unpleasant odour and taste, the investigation was done using the samples from mettur dam where the sample undergoes three different dilution followed by fraction study using DAX8, XAD4 and IRA958 synthetic resins. The result shows the presences of VHA, SHA, CHA and NUE components whose molecular weight as a whole and also in diluted state was using HPSEC, since HPSEC requires relatively small volume of samples with or without pre concentration. Then we inoculated the entire sample with basidiomycetes family fungi Phanerochaete sanguinea MTCC 1088 a promising white rot fungi shown greater results in breakdown of fulvic acid and humic acid which were present in NOM.
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