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Page: 1 Ammonification (N mineralisation)
N is generally separated from organic N compounds in the form of NH{}3, certain microorganisms can also separate NH{}4{} from the amino acids contained in proteins (deamination) or release it by urea hydrolysis. H{}2{}NC(O ...
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Page: 2 Nitrification
During nitrification, oxidation of the ammonium into nitrate takes place by various autotrophic microorganisms (nitrifiers) and is carried out in the activation basin. The nitrifying bacteria use CO{}2 for building cells and reduced organic N compounds as an energy source. The maximally ...
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Page: 3 Denitrification
Aerobic rebwp8:Oxygen content nitrification rebwp8:2 Nitrification is followed by denitrification in an anoxic rebwp8:Oxygen content basin (no dissolved O{}2, nitrate acts as the O{}2 source). Here, NO{}3{}\ is reduced by heterotrophic Cdegrading bacteria ...
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Page: N removal
Nitrogen is present in waste water partly as organic N, partly as NH{}4\N. Organic N can be used either directly for building up bacterial mass or is converted by bacterial enzymes into NH{}4\N (hydrolysis). In a first step ...
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