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Research Article

Immobilization of a Pleurotus ostreatus Laccase Mixture on Perlite and Its Application to Dye Decolourisation

Table 2

Adsorption capacity of treated perlite samples obtained in different experimental conditions. Data are average values of three independent experiments. The standard deviation of each series of results was less than ±10%.

Perlite sampleAPTS (%)Glutaraldehyde activationAdsorption capacity
(mg RBBR/g solid)
Immobilization yield (%)

A140.5% (pH 6.5)7145
A2496
A30.40.5% (pH 6.5)2829
A440.5% (pH 6.5, )64
A50.40.5% (pH 8)3116
A640.5% (pH 8)6438
A70.41% (pH 8 60°C)3351

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