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  1. Najib MZM, Salmiati, Ujang Z, Salim MR, Ibrahim Z, Muda K
    Bioresour Technol, 2016 Dec;221:157-164.
    PMID: 27639234 DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2016.08.119
    The developed microbial granules containing photosynthetic pigments had successfully achieved approximately 18-21% of carbon dioxide (CO2) removal in POME for one complete SBR cycle. Also, the granules had reached CO2 removal at 15-29% within 24h and removal of 25% after 5 days. Both results were inconsistent possibly due to the slow mass transfer rate of CO2 from gas to liquid as well as the simultaneous effect of CO2 production and respiration among the microbes. Furthermore, results showed the removal of CO2 from air increases proportionally with the CO2 removed in liquid. The CO2 biofixation of granules attained was approximately 0.23g/L/day for a week. Using the regression model, the removal of CO2 between liquid and gas, CO2 biofixation rate were highly correlated with the treatment time. A statistically significant relationship was obtained between CO2 concentration in liquid, biomass productivity and treatment time for the CO2 biofixation rate of the granules.
  2. Basri HF, Anuar AN, Halim MHA, Yuzir MA, Muda K, Omoregie AI, et al.
    Environ Monit Assess, 2023 Feb 21;195(3):420.
    PMID: 36809517 DOI: 10.1007/s10661-023-11028-9
    This paper presents an assessment of the start-up performance of aerobic granular sludge (AGS) for the treatment of low-strength (chemical oxygen demand, COD 
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