Motility-Enhanced Bioremediation of Carbon Tetrachloride-Contaminated Aquifer Sediments

@inproceedings{1999MotilityEnhancedBO,
  title={Motility-Enhanced Bioremediation of Carbon Tetrachloride-Contaminated Aquifer Sediments},
  author={},
  year={1999}
}
  • Published 1999
Pseudomonas stutzeri KC is an aquifer isolate capable of denitrification and cometabolic transformation of carbon tetrachloride (CT) under anoxic conditions. Capillary experiments established that strain KC is chemotactic toward nitrate. A model aquifer column was used to evaluate the effects of motility in the presence of groundwater flow, and a second column was used to isolate motility in the absence of flow. Both columns contained CTsaturated sediments and groundwater containing CT and… CONTINUE READING
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