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Application of Screening Effect when Sampling Suspension in Bioremediation Process

Investigation was conducted to examine the significant impact of screening on total phosphate and total nitrogen in soil and water environment polluted by crude oil in Niger Delta area of Nigeria. Matrix Laboratory (MATLAB) computer programme language technique’s was inputted from date obtained experimentally as presented in this research work. The effect of screening on sampling of some parameters in terms of colour change on the effective measures to improve bioremediation of pollutants in water and soil environment is a matter of urgent concern to the Chemical engineers, since the intersurface contact is a contributing factor for efficiency of the process. This research demonstrates the significance of screening effect when sampling suspension in bioremediation process using the application of mat lab computer programme language in examining the functional parameters. This research is also aimed at comparing the bioremediation and the effect of screening in suspension of physicochemical in the suspended components to check for the effect and the rate of contributing factors as presented in this research work.


Ukpaka CP1 and Igwe FU2

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