Use of dissolved h2 concentrations to determine distribution of microbially catalyzed redox reactions in anoxic groundwater.

@article{Lovley1994UseOD,
  title={Use of dissolved h2 concentrations to determine distribution of microbially catalyzed redox reactions in anoxic groundwater.},
  author={Derek R. Lovley and Francis H. Chapelle and Joan C. Woodward},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={1994},
  volume={28 7},
  pages={
          1205-10
        }
}
The potential for using concentrations of dissolved Hz to determine the distribution of redox processes in anoxic groundwaters was evaluated. In pristine aquifers in which standard geochemical measurements indicated that Fe(111) reduction, sulfate reduction, or methanogenesis was the terminal electron accepting process (TEAP), the HZ concentrations were similar to the HZ concentrations that have previously been reported for aquatic sediments with the same TEAPs. In two aquifers contaminated… CONTINUE READING
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