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al.. Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase (CGTase) was produced when the Bacillus sp. TS1-1 was grown in a medium containing sago starch, yeast extract, phosphorus and mineral salt sources, using shake flask mode at 37 ◦C for 24 h. Response surface methodology (RSM) was applied to optimize the medium constituents with respect to CGTase production and activity. A 24 full factorial design (first order model) was carried out to identify the significant effect of medium components towards CGTase production. The variables involved in this initial screening study were sago starch, yeast extract, K2HPO4 and MgSO4·7H2O. Statistical analysis of results have shown that only sago starch and yeast extract have a significant effect on CGTase production.
The objective of this research was to use tannic acid (TA) as polyphenol monomer to synthesize the nano-composite membranes and its application for dye removal from water. The chemical cross-linking reaction between the acyl chloride groups in organic solution and polysufone porous ultrafiltration membrane and also phenolic groups in aqueous solution and acyl chloride groups in organic solution accomplished in the water/oil interfacial zone. The combined effects of factors were studied by Response Surface Methodology (RSM). Then, the rejection of direct blue 71, fouling mechanism and antifouling properties of the nano-composite membranes were investigated and the prepared membrane was conducted for dye removal at optimum conditions. Synthesized
Figure 2 (a), (b) and (c) Show the average particle sizes of HAp synthesized via co-precipitation, sol-gel and solid state reaction method respectively. The particle size found for solid state reaction method is 94.1 nm which very low comparing to the other two chemical methods. This could be the reaction at high temperature were leads to agglom-erations for the chemical methods, because of the chemical precursors reduced HAp powder tends to agglomeration. But comparing to these the solid state derived HAp is far better that has not got ag-glomerated. 3.2 UV ANALYSIS The spectra of ultraviolet light for the three synthe-sized of HAp solutions are measured by UV spec-trometer and the results are shown in Fig.2.
It has been reported that brominated DBPs so formed are more carcinogenic as compared to the chlorinated ones (Uyak & Toroz, 2007). Water and wastewater treatment processes remove organic carbon but bromide ion is quite resistant to be removed by these and hence ultimately ratio of bromide ion to total organic carbon (TOC) increases. This increases the fraction of brominated DBPs (Roccaro et al.,
At last we study the uses and application of BFC.  2. E. Nazaruk et al, University of Warsaw, 2008: In this work we study the modification of carbon electrode with the enzymes. In this review discuss about the construction of BFC by the use of monopolies liquid crystalline layer. Also discuss about the glucose/oxygen bio fuel cell.