Shuaifeng Wang

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Perchlorate reduction kinetics and effects of various environmental conditions on removal of perchlorate from synthetic water were investigated to seek high-strength perchlorate removal using mixed perchlorate reducing bacteria. Results demonstrated that perchlorate (50-1500 mg L(-1)) could be degraded rapidly within 28 h under the optimal conditions. The(More)
The priority pollutant antimony (Sb) exists primarily as Sb(V) and Sb(III) in natural waters, and Sb(III) is generally with greater mobility and toxicity than Sb(V). The bio-reduction of Sb(V) would not become a meaningful Sb-removal process unless the accumulation of produced dissolved Sb(III) could be controlled. Here, we examined the dissimilatory(More)
The sensitivity of perchlorate reduction and microbial composition to varied nitrate and acetate loadings was studied in a biologically activated carbon reactor with perchlorate loading and empty bed contact time fixed at 5 mg/L and 226 min, respectively. In stage 1, the sole electron acceptor ClO4- realized complete removal with ≥21.95 mg C/L of acetate(More)
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