By Satinder Ahuja
- Provides a possible reference, describing the state-of-knowledge on resources of arsenic illness in floor water, which impacts approximately a hundred million humans worldwide.
- With contributions from world-renowned specialists within the box, this e-book explores advancements within the delivery kinetics, detection, size, seasonal biking, accumulation, geochemistry, removing, and toxicology of arsenic.
- Includes compelling case reports describing how arsenic illness happens and the devastating results at the humans and atmosphere laid low with it.
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70 MICROBIAL CONTROLS ON THE GEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF ARSENIC We found that neither G. sulfurreducens nor G. fermentans is capable of reducing As(V) either by direct enzymatic reduction in axenic culture or by indirect reduction via microbially generated Fe(II) and mobilizing arsenic in autoclaved sediment microcosms. , 2005a). The secondary mineral phases produced by these two Fe(III)-reducing bacteria could play an important role as potential sinks for arsenic species in shallow aquifers exploited for groundwater in the Bengal delta.
Islam, F. , R. L. Pederick, A. G. Gault, L. K. Adams, D. A. Polya, J. M. Charnock, and J. R. Lloyd (2005a). Interactions between the Fe(III)-reducing bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens and arsenate, and capture of the metalloid by biogenic Fe(II). Appl. Environ. , 71:8642–8648. 76 MICROBIAL CONTROLS ON THE GEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF ARSENIC Islam, F. , D. A. Polya, and J. R. Lloyd (2005b). Potential role of Fe(III)-reducing bacteria Geobacter and Geothrix species in controlling arsenic solubility in Bengal delta sediments.
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