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PART 1: BASIC PRINCIPLES
1. Nano-bioremediation: an introduction
2. Classification, potential routes, and risks of emerging pollutants
3. Characterization of nanomaterials used in nano-bioremediation
4. Nanotoxicity and antibacterial properties of nanomaterials, when used in nano-bioremediation
5. Interactions of nanomaterials with microbes
PART 2: NANOMATERIALS-BASED BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR AIR REMEDIATION
6. Nano-bioremediation for air remediation: an introduction
7. Bionanosensors to detect (and quantify) air pollutants (nanobiosensors for virus detection in the air)
8. Nanomaterials for biological membrane in filtration processes (immobilization of nanoparticles in the filtration of bio-membrane structures)
9. Bioremediation of air using microorganisms encapsulated within a nanoshell (nanocontainer/nanocapsule)
10. Nanomaterials in bioadsorbents for airborne particulate matter
11. Nano-bioremediation for indoor air treatment
12. Toxicity/risk assessment of nanomaterials when used in air remediation
13. Nanomaterials for biological- and physicochemical-combination processes
PART 3: NANOMATERIALS-BASED BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR WATER REMEDIATION
14. Nano-bioremediation for water remediation: an introduction
15. Nanostructured catalytic biomembranes for water filtration
16. Nano-biocatalysts for wastewater remediation and redefining of pollutants
17. Nano-biosorbents to remove contaminants from water matrices
18. Enzyme-linked nanomaterials to mitigate emerging contaminants
19. Toxicity/risk assessment of nanomaterials when used in water remediation
PART 4: NANOMATERIALS-BASED BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR SOIL REMEDIATION
20. Nano-bioremediation for soil remediation: an introduction
21. Soil contamination, risk assessment, and nano-bioremediation
22. Nanobiosensors for soil quality monitoring
23. Bioremediation of organic pesticides using nanomaterials
24. Nano-sorbents to remove heavy metal pollutants
25. Nano-bioremediation of insecticides and herbicides
26. Toxic risks of nanomaterials used in soil remediation
PART 5: CURRENT PILOT/INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND FUTURE SCOPE
27. Pilot scale treatment of environment using nano-bioremediation
28. Current challenges, research gaps, and measures
29. Enforcement and legislation
30. Future perspectives
Nano-Bioremediation: Fundamentals and Applications explores how nano-bioremediation is used to remedy environmental pollutants. The book's chapters focus on the design, fabrication and application of advanced nanomaterials and their integration with biotechnological processes for the monitoring and treatment of pollutants in environmental matrices. It is an important reference source for materials scientists, engineers and environmental scientists who are looking to increase their understanding of bioremediation at the nanoscale. The mitigation of environmental pollution is the biggest challenge to researchers and the scientific community, hence this book provides answers to some important questions.
As an advanced hybrid technology, nano-bioremediation refers to the integration of nanomaterials and bioremediation for the remediation of pollutants. The rapid pace of urbanization, massive development of industrial sectors, and modern agricultural practices all cause a controlled or uncontrolled release of environmentally-related hazardous contaminants that are seriously threatening every key sphere, including the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and anthroposphere.
- Explores the current and potential applications of nano-bioremediation in the remediation of hazardous pollutants
- Outlines the major properties and classes of nanomaterials that make them efficient bioremediation agents
- Assesses the major challenges of effectively implementing bioremediation techniques at the nanoscale
Materials scientists and engineers
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st August 2021
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Hafiz M N Iqbal is a Research Professor in the School of Engineering and Sciences at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. His areas 0f research are biomaterials, bioengineering, biomedical engineering, environmental engineering, bioremediation, bio-catalysis, enzymes, immobilization, chemical engineering, green chemistry, algal biotechnology, and bioenergy.
School of Engineering and Sciences, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico
Muhammad Bilal is Associate Professor in the School of Life Science and Food Engineering, Huaiyin Institute of Technology, Huaian, China. His research interests are bioengineering, environmental biotechnology, engineering, bioremediation, bio-catalysis, enzymes, immobilization, chemical engineering, green chemistry, biomaterials, bioenergy, metabolic engineering, biomolecular engineering, and advanced fermentation technology.
School of Life Science and Food Engineering, Huaiyin Institute of Technology, China
Tuan Anh Nguyen is Head of the Microanalysis Department, Institute for Tropical Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam. His research focuses on advanced nanomaterials, and nanotechnology for corrosion and materials integrity in transportation systems.
Head, Microanalysis Department, Institute for Tropical Technology, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam
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