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Olson GJ, Brierley CL, and Briggs AP (2002) Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 63, 249–257. Article Google Scholar Paulino JF, Busnard NG, and Afonso JC (2008) Recovery of valuable elements from spent Li-batteries.


A literature review revealed that due to the low efficiency of cadmium bioleaching, there are currently few studies on bioleaching of cadmium pollution in tailings, but those carried out mainly used acid washing, phytoremediation, and other technologies [107, 108]. In the future, it will be necessary to further improve cadmium bioleaching ...


Bioleaching review part A: Progress in bioleaching: fundamentals and mechanisms of bacterial metal sulfide oxidation Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 63 ( 3 ) ( 2003 ), pp. 239 - 248 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 63 ( 2003 ), pp. 249 - 257


The objective of this study is to improve the understanding of copper sulfides dissolution and to use this knowledge for optimization of process parameters for commercial application of electrochemical bioleaching of chalcopyrite concentrates in stirred bioreactors. From the results of this study, the importance of the oxidation reduction potential (ORP) on the catalytic …


Olson, GJ, Brierley, JA, Brierley, CL (2003) Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the mineral industries. Applied Microbiology and Biochemistry Journal 251: 691 – 699. Google Scholar


Bioleaching by consortium of A. ferrooxidans and A. thiooxidans. The experiments were conducted in 250 ml Erlenmeyer flasks containing 190 ml of nutrient rich or poor medium. Composition of nutrient medium for bacterial consortium was adapted from basic media for individual acidithiobacilli and consist of KH 2 PO 4 —0.1 g, (NH 4) 2 SO 4 —2 g, KCl—0.1 g, …


Theisen sludge, a fine-grained by-product from copper smelting is a secondary resource for the winning of strategic elements by metal-oxidizing acidophilic bacteria. Screening for cultures, that grew in presence of the toxic heavy metals containing fly ash was successfully performed. Small scale experiments in shaking flasks with subsequent analysis of the pregnant leaching solution …


Bioleaching review part A: progress in bioleaching: fundamentals and mechanisms of bacterial metal sulfide oxidation App. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 63 ( 2003 ), pp. 239 …


12%This review presents developments and applications in bioleaching and mineral biooxidation since publication of a previous mini review in 2003 (Olson et al. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 63:249–257, 2003). There have been discoveries of newly identified acidophilic microorganisms that have unique characteristics for effective …


12%Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. G. J. Olson 1, J. A. Brierley 2 & C. L. Brierley 2 Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology volume …


In this study, the GEOCOAT™ process was evaluated as a low cost altemative for chalcopyrite bioleaching.The effect of temperature, leach solution composition, silver addition, and type of microorganisms inoculated were investigated in laboratory tests. Experiments were carried out at moderate temperature (35–45 °C) using a mixed mesophilic bacterial culture, and at elevated …


Compared with the traditional pyrometallurgical process, copper bioleaching has distinctive advantages of high efficiency and lower cost, enabling efficiently extracts of valuable metal resources from copper sulfides. Moreover, during long-term industrial applications of bioleaching, many regulatory enhancements and technological methods are used to …


Olson GJ, Brierley JA, Brierley CL (2003) Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 63: 249–257. View Article Google Scholar 21.


Biomining is the common term used to define processes that utilize biological systems to facilitate the extraction of metals from ores. Nowadays, a biomining concept can be defined as a two stage combined biological systems (1st stage bioleaching and 2nd stage biosorption) in order to perform the extraction and recovery of the metals from secondary sources such as industrial …


Alternatively, in this review, the progress of bioleaching applications in the 2010s, with a focus on soils, sediments, and mine tailings, has been updated and summarized. Recent combinations of bioleaching with other treatment techniques for the removal of toxic metals and metalloids in order to improve treatment efficiency and enhance ...


Bioleaching, which is an approach for mining low grade and refractory ores, has been applied in industrial production, and bioleaching has made great contributions to the development of the ...


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Olson GJ, Brierley JA, Brierley CL. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 63(3):249-257, 18 Oct 2003 Cited by: 95 articles | PMID: 14566430. Review


Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 63:249–257. [12] Kurniawan, Ronny, Sirin Fairus, Tria Liliandini, M.Febrian. 2010. Separation Of Metals From Spent Catalysts Waste By Bioleaching Process. Jurnal Teknik Kimia. 4(2). 295-303.


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Olson GJ, Brierley JA, Brierley CL. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 63(3):249-257, 18 Oct 2003 Cited by: 96 articles | PMID: 14566430. Review


Bioleaching review part A: Bioleaching of metal sulfides is caused by astonishingly diverse groups of bacteria. Today, at least 11 putative prokaryotic divisions can be related to this phenomenon. In contrast, the dissolution (bio)chemistry of metal sulfides follows only two pathways, which are determined by the acid-solubility of the sulfides ...


Bioleaching review part A: Progress in bioleaching: Fundamentals and mechanisms of bacterial metal sulfide oxidation January 2004 Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 63(3):239-48


Bioleaching refers to the direct or indirect actions dissolution of the metal in the ores by microorganisms, and this technology has been rapidly developed and widely used in the production of nonferrous metals (gold, copper, uranium, etc.) over the past few decades [1,2,3].The use of microorganisms in ore processing has some distinct advantages compared …


Progress in bioleaching: Part B: Applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries August 2013 Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 97(17):7543-52


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the mineral industries Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 63 ( 2003 ), pp. 249 - 257


Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 63: 249–257. [27] J. Petersen, Dixon. (2007). Modelling Zinc heap bioleaching. Hydrometallurgy, 85: 127-143. [28] T. Ojumu, J. Petersen, G. Searby, G. Hansford. (2006). A review of rate equations ...


Response surface methodology (RSM) was used for the experiment design. The results showed that the average residual ash content of the sorghum feedstock after bioleaching was significantly lower (3.63 ± 0.19%) than that of the ash content (4.72 ± 0.13%) after water leaching ( p < 0.00001). Among the three parameters, glucose concentration in ...


Watling, H. R. (2006) The bioleaching of sulphide minerals with emphasis on copper sulphides — A review. Hydrometall. 84: 81–108. Article CAS Google Scholar 3. Chen, S. Y. and J. G. Lin (2009) Enhancement of metal bioleaching from contaminated sediment using silver ion. J. Hazard. Mater. 161: 893–899.


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. G. Olson, J. Brierley, C. Brierley Medicine


Progress in bioleaching: Fundamentals and mechanisms of bacterial metal sulfide oxidation-Part A [J] September 2013 Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 97(17)


Bioleaching review part B: Progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes. by the minerals industries. Received: 29 March 2003 / Revised: ...


This article has reviewed the progress that has been made in bioleaching research of metals using filamentous fungi. This review has focused on fungal bioleaching from various metal sources, including mine tailings, electronic waste, solid mine wastes, spent catalysts, and low-grade ores.


The bioleaching potential of the bacterium Bacillus mucilaginosus and the fungus Aspergillus niger towards industrial residues was investigated by assessing their response towards various heavy metals (including arsenic, cadmium, cobalt, chromium, nickel, lead, and zinc) and elevated pH. The plate diffusion method was performed for each metal to determine the toxicity effect.


Interfacial insights of pyrite colonized by Acidithiobacillus thiooxidans cells under acidic conditions


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. G. Olson, J. Brierley, C. Brierley Medicine


Progress in bioleaching: part B: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Brierley CL, Brierley JA. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 97(17):7543-7552, 23 Jul 2013 Cited by: 34 articles | PMID: 23877580. Review


Bioleaching review part B: progress in bioleaching: applications of microbial processes by the minerals industries. Olson GJ, Brierley JA, Brierley CL. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 63(3):249-257, 18 Oct 2003 Cited by: 96 articles | PMID: 14566430. Review


Prediction of ferric iron precipitation in bioleaching process using partial least squares and artificial neural network Golmohammadi Hassan a, Rashidi Abbas b, Safdari Jaber Seyed a. a Nuclear Science and Technology Research Institute, …