Uranium speciation and stability after reductive immobilization in sediments

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Sharp, Jonathan O. ; Schofield, Eleanor J. ; Lezama-Pacheco, Juan S. ; Webb, Sam ; Ulrich, Kai-Uwe ; Blue, Lisa ; Chinni, Satyavani ; Veeramani, Harish ; Junier, Pilar ; Margot-Roquier, Camille ; Suvorova Buffat, Elena ; Tebo, Bradley M. ; Giammar, Daniel E. ; Bargar, John R. ; Bernier-Latmani, Rizlan (2011)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Subject: Ray-Absorption Spectroscopy | Dissolved-Oxygen | Groundwater | Reducing Bacterium | Metal Reduction | Contaminated Soils | Iron | In-Situ Biostimulation | Bioreduction | Microbial U(Vi) Reduction
    mesheuropmc: inorganic chemicals | complex mixtures | technology, industry, and agriculture

It has generally been assumed that the bioreduction of hexavalent uranium in groundwater systems will result in the precipitation of immobile uraninite (UO2). In order to explore the form and stability of uranium immobilized under these conditions, we introduced lactate... View more
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