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Heterogeneous Composites on the Basis of Microbial Cells and Nanostructured Carbonized Sorbents

By Zulkhair Mansurov, Ilya Digel, Makhmut Biisenbaev, Irina Savitskaya, Aida Kistaubaeva, Nuraly Akimbekov and Azhar Zhubanova

Submitted: November 11th 2011Reviewed: May 4th 2012Published: August 22nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/47796

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Zulkhair Mansurov, Ilya Digel, Makhmut Biisenbaev, Irina Savitskaya, Aida Kistaubaeva, Nuraly Akimbekov and Azhar Zhubanova (August 22nd 2012). Heterogeneous Composites on the Basis of Microbial Cells and Nanostructured Carbonized Sorbents, Composites and Their Applications, Ning Hu, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/47796. Available from:

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