Growth of methanogenic and sulfate-reducing bacteria with cathodic hydrogen

@article{Deckena2005GrowthOM,
  title={Growth of methanogenic and sulfate-reducing bacteria with cathodic hydrogen},
  author={S. Deckena and K. -H. Blotevogel},
  journal={Biotechnology Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={615-620}
}
Bacteria contribute to corrosion in various ways. Therefore the consumption of cathodic hydrogen as well as the sulfide production of sulfate-reducing bacteria may influence the anaerobic corrosion of iron. Also methanogenic bacteria are able to use elemental iron as a source of electrons for carbon dioxide reduction. We have studied both processes and have… CONTINUE READING