Biosorbent of destructive type based on wood biochar for elimination of oil
The possibility of obtaining a carbon material based on biochar for the immobilization of oil-oxidizing microorganisms during the creation of a sorbent of destructive type is substantiated. The peculiarities of obtaining biochar from coniferous wood species with a hydrophobic surface for immobilization of oil-oxidizing microorganisms in the creation of an oil-sorbent of destructive type are studied. The influence of different conditions of heat treatment of wood raw materials on the sorption properties of carbon material in relation to oil and microorganisms is studied. It was found that such a bio-coal has an oleophilic surface and has significant sorption properties with respect to oil. The carbon material is biocompatible.
Carbon sorbent, oleophilic matrix, pyrolysis of wood, hydrophobicity, oil-oxidizing microorganisms