Kinetics of a chlorate-accumulating, perchlorate-reducing bacterium.

  title={Kinetics of a chlorate-accumulating, perchlorate-reducing bacterium.},
  author={Margaret Dudley and Anna Salamone and Robert Nerenberg},
  journal={Water research},
  volume={42 10-11},
Kinetics parameters for perchlorate and chlorate reduction were determined for Dechlorosoma sp. HCAP-C, also known as Dechlorosoma sp. PCC, a novel perchlorate-reducing bacterium (PCRB) that accumulates significant amounts of chlorate during perchlorate reduction. This is the first report of such behavior, and we hypothesized the perchlorate reduction kinetics would be markedly different from other PCRB. In batch tests with initial perchlorate concentrations ranging from 200 to around 1400 mg/L… CONTINUE READING

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