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Complete biological dehalogenation of chlorinated ethylenes in sulfate containing groundwater



Complete biological dehalogenation of chlorinated ethylenes in sulfate containing groundwater



Biodegradation 15(6): 395-403



The ability of dehalogenating bacteria to compete with sulfate reducing bacteria for electron donor was studied in microcosms that simulated groundwater contaminated with both chlorinated ethylenes and fuel hydrocarbon compounds. Results demonstrate that reductive dehalogenation of perchloroethylene to ethylene can proceed in the presence of >100 mg l-1 sulfate.

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Accession: 004084271

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PMID: 15562997

DOI: 10.1023/b:biod.0000044592.33729.d6


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