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Complexation properties of soluble and bound extracellular polymeric substances resulting from activated sludge



Complexation properties of soluble and bound extracellular polymeric substances resulting from activated sludge



2nd Young Researchers Conference, University of Wageningen, Netherlands, 23-24 April 2004: 21-26



Extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in activated sludge can be found in two forms: soluble EPS which can be extracted by centrifugation alone and bound EPS in floc biomass which requires additional treatments for extraction. The two kinds of EPS extracted were characterized by their carbon and nitrogen contents, their pKa values and their biochemical composition.

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