Reductive Dechlorination Of Tetrachloroethylene By Soil Sulfate-Reducing Microbes Under Various Electron Donor Conditions
Anaerobic conditions; Chlorinated compounds; Electron acceptors; Electron donors; Reductive dehalogenation; Sulfate-reduction
Biotransformation of tetrachloroethylene (PCE) by soil sulfate-reducing bacteria was investigated using acetate, lactate and methanol as electron donors. Results show that the effectiveness of biotransformation of PCE by soil sulfate-reducing bacterial is dependent upon the type of electron donor used.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
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Ndon, U. J.; Randall, A. A.; and Khouri, T. Z., "Reductive Dechlorination Of Tetrachloroethylene By Soil Sulfate-Reducing Microbes Under Various Electron Donor Conditions" (2000). Scopus Export 2000s. 890.