Application of electronic nose to effectiveness monitoring of air contaminated with toluene vapors biofiltration process
The research presents the application of electronic nose (combined with MLR model) to on-line effectiveness monitoring of biofiltration of air contaminated with hydrophobic, odorous compound (toluene vapors). The research was conducted using two-section biotrickling filter inhabited by Candida environmental isolates. Gas chromatography was used as the comparative technique to obtain reliable quantification of toluene concentration in the samples. After about 200 hours of the process, a removal efficiency of 49% was obtained.
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Bartosz Szulczyński, Piotr Rybarczyk, Jacek Gębicki. (2018). Application of electronic nose to effectiveness monitoring of air contaminated with toluene vapors biofiltration process, (02014), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1051/shsconf/20185702014
- Grant No. UMO-2015/19/B/ST4/02722 from the National Science Centre, Poland.
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