Organohalide Respiration with Chlorinated Ethenes under Low pH Conditions.

  title={Organohalide Respiration with Chlorinated Ethenes under Low pH Conditions.},
  author={Yi Yang and Natalie L C{\'a}piro and Tyler F Marcet and Jun Yan and Kurt D Pennell and Frank E L{\"o}ffler},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={51 15},
Bioremediation at chlorinated solvent sites often leads to groundwater acidification due to electron donor fermentation and enhanced dechlorination activity. The microbial reductive dechlorination process is robust at circumneutral pH, but activity declines at groundwater pH values below 6.0. Consistent with this observation, the activity of… CONTINUE READING
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