Association of Eu(III) and Cm(III) with Bacillus subtilis and Halobacterium salinarum

@article{Ozaki2002AssociationOE,
  title={Association of Eu(III) and Cm(III) with Bacillus subtilis and Halobacterium salinarum},
  author={Takuo Ozaki and J. B. Gillow and Arokiasamy J. Francis and Takaumi Kimura and Toshihiko Ohnuki and Zenko Yoshida},
  journal={Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology},
  year={2002},
  volume={39},
  pages={950 - 953}
}
Abstract Adsorption behavior of Eu(III) and Cm(III) by Bacillus subtilis and Halobacterium salinarum was investigated. Both microorganisms showed almost identical pH dependence on the distribution ratio (Kd) of the metals examined, i.e., Kd of Eu(III) and Cm(III) increased with an increase of pH. The coordination state of Eu(III) adsorbed on the microorganisms was studied by time-resolved laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy (TRLFS). The coordination states of Eu(III) adsorbed on the B… Expand
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