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Quantification of Heavy Metals and Other Inorganic Contaminants on the Productivity of Microalgae

DOI :

10.3791/52936-v

July 10th, 2015

July 10th, 2015

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1Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Utah State University

Integration of microalgal cultivation with industrial flue gas will ultimately introduce heavy metals and other inorganic compounds into the growth media. This study presents a procedure used to determine the end fate and impact of heavy metals and inorganic contaminants on the growth of Nannochloropsis salina grown in photobioreactors.

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