Utilization of Fluoroethene as a Surrogate for Aerobic Vinyl Chloride Transformation

@inproceedings{RKEDOLAN2007UtilizationOF,
  title={Utilization of Fluoroethene as a Surrogate for Aerobic Vinyl Chloride Transformation},
  author={† P E T E R K E D O L A N and ‡ A N D L E W I S S E M P R I N I R J B O T T O M L E Y},
  year={2007}
}
  • R K E D O L A N, † P E T E, R J B O T T O M L E Y, ‡ A N D L E W I S S E M P R I N I
  • Published 2007
Fluoroethene (FE) is a stable molecule in aqueous solution and its aerobic transformation potentially yields F-. This work evaluated if FE is a suitable surrogate for monitoring aerobic vinyl chloride (VC) utilization or cometabolic transformation. Experiments were carried out with three isolates, Mycobacterium strain EE13a, Mycobacterium strain JS60, and Nocardioides strain JS614 to evaluate if their affinities for FE and VC and their rates of transformation were comparable and whether the… CONTINUE READING

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