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Carbon, natural and synthetic sorbents for decontamination of objects of ecosystems from pathogenic microflora


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Physico-chemical characteristics and sorption activity of carbon, organosilica sorbents and their modified forms towards proteins, possessing specific activity, and cholerae vibrio have been studied. It was found, that carbon materials modified by copper (II) effectively extracts cholerae vibrio (100%) and may be recommended for disinfection of drinking water. Sorption capacity of organosilica sorbents and their modified by copper (II) forms towards pathogenic microflora (E.coli, St.aureus, Ps.aeruginosa) depending on the composition of the sorbents, concentration of the modified reagent, pH of medium have been evaluated. The rows of the increase of sorption of pathogenic microorganisms by synthetic sorbents in water-salt solutions were established: Al(III)<Zn(II)<Cu (II). It was shown that inhibiting effect of modified synthetic organosilica and natural sorbents towards such pathogenic microorganisms as E-coli, St.aureus Ps.aeruginosa and fungus Bacillus pyocyaneus accordingly is equal 80–98%.










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  • Institute for sorption and problems of endoecology, NAS of Ukraine, 13 General Naumov Str., Kyiv-164, 03680, Ukraine
  • Institute for sorption and problems of endoecology, NAS of Ukraine, 13 General Naumov Str., Kyiv-164, 03680, Ukraine
  • Institute for sorption and problems of endoecology, NAS of Ukraine, 13 General Naumov Str., Kyiv-164, 03680, Ukraine


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