The increasing production of graphene raised concerns about their releasing into sewage sludge, however, there is little information about graphene impacting on the growth of bacteria and hence their bioleaching of metal ions from sewages sludge. In this study, we reported that Acidithiobacillus sp., isolated from sewages, were used to bioleach Cu2+ and Zn2+ from sewages sludge in the presence of...
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