SIDEROPHORE-PROMOTED DISSOLUTION OF HEMATITE

@inproceedings{Hersman1995SIDEROPHOREPROMOTEDDO,
  title={SIDEROPHORE-PROMOTED DISSOLUTION OF HEMATITE},
  author={Larry E. Hersman and Thomas Lloyd and Garrison Sposito},
  year={1995}
}
Siderophores are highly Fe( III)-specific bidentate ligands excreted by aerobic and facultative anaerobic microorganisms to facilitate Fe uptake in oxic environments. These compounds are thought to influence mineral weathering and the biogeochemical cycling of Fe, but quantitative information concerning this possible influence is nonexistent. Preparative quantities of a soil bacterium siderophore were extracted and purified for use in batch dissolution experiments performed with synthetic… CONTINUE READING

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