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Pollutant vs Bioseparation - What's the difference?

pollutant | bioseparation |

As nouns the difference between pollutant and bioseparation

is that pollutant is a foreign substance that makes something dirty, or impure, especially waste from human activities while bioseparation is (biochemistry) the separation of the products of a biochemical reaction without damaging the organisms concerned.

pollutant

Noun

(en noun)
  • A foreign substance that makes something dirty, or impure, especially waste from human activities.
  • bioseparation

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (biochemistry) The separation of the products of a biochemical reaction without damaging the organisms concerned
  • (biochemistry) The use of living organisms to separate components of a mixture (especially to remove pollutants)