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Experimental Column Setup for Studying Anaerobic Biogeochemical Interactions Between Iron (Oxy)Hydroxides, Trace Elements, and Bacteria

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10.3791/56240-v

December 19th, 2017

December 19th, 2017

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1Environmental Biogeochemistry and Water Quality Unit, BRGM, 2Risks and Risk Prevention Division, BRGM, 3Egg Safety & Quality Research

Fate and speciation of arsenic and mercury in aquifers are closely related to physio-chemical conditions and microbial activity. Here, we present an original experimental column setup that mimics an aquifer and enables a better understanding of trace element biogeochemistry in anoxic conditions. Two examples are presented, combining geochemical and microbiological approaches.

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Keywords Iron oxy hydroxides

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