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Sugar-beet pectin gels are a novel material with applications in heavy and precious metal removal and biomass immobilization which are similar to those of alginate. This paper presents the experimental results of the kinetics of Pb(II) and Au(III) batch removal with these gels, with and without immobilized biomass of the brown algae Fucus vesiculosus. The evolution of the metal concentration, solution pH and Ca2+ liberation was determined. The biomass was characterized before and after thedoi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.20-21.599 fatcat:jybmdzjiejg7djgik4nl7gfhta