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on the performance and bacterial community in an expanded granular sludge bed reactor treating high-sulfate

Jun Li, Wentao Li, Gan Luo, Yan Li, Aimin Li

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 1, doi: 10.1007/s11783-019-1090-y

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Less than 50 mg/L nitrobenzene brought little effect on anaerobic sulfate

Kinetics of sulfate reduction under differentitemcontent>

Genus Desulfovibrio played the key role in anaerobic sulfate

Keywords: Nitrobenzene (NB)     Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB)     Bacterial community     Sulfate reduction     High-throughput    

Chemical additives affect sulfate reducing bacteria biofilm properties adsorbed on stainless steel 316L

Yu Qi,Jin Li,Rui Liang,Sitong Ji,Jianxiang Li,Meng Liu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-0917-7

Abstract: This paper studied the biofilm properties and corrosion behavior of sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB) onBut NaClO still caused pitting corrosion after sterilizing the bacteria, while 1227 can form a protectiveThough HEDP contribute to the bacteria activity, it can enhance the breakdown potential.

Keywords: Sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB)     Chemical additives     Biofilm     Extracellular polymeric substance (EPS)     Microbe    

Abatement of sulfide generation in sewage by glutaraldehyde supplementation and the impact on the activated sludge accordingly

Lehua ZHANG,Jingxing MA,Yinchen JIN,Haiqin ZHANG,Yongdi LIU,Lankun Cai

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 2,   Pages 365-370 doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0645-1

Abstract: Hydrogen sulfide emission in sewer systems is associated with toxicity, corrosion, odour nuisance and high costs treatment. In this study, a novel method to inhibit sulfide generation from sewage by means of glutaraldehyde supplementation has been suggested and evaluated under anaerobic conditions. Different concentrations of glutaraldehyde at 10, 15, 20, 30 and 40 mg·L have been investigated. Besides, the possible impacts of glutaraldehyde supplementation on an activated sludge system and an appraisal of the economic aspects are presented as well. As observed from the experimental results, a dosage of 20 mg·L glutaraldehyde resulted in a significant decrease of the sulfide production by 70%–80% in the simulated sewage. Moreover, the impacts of additional glutaraldehyde at 20 mg·L on activated sludge, in terms of chemical oxygen demand removal and oxygen uptake rates, were negligible. From an economical point of view, the cost of the commercial glutaraldehyde products required in the operation, which was calculated on the basis of activated sulfide removal avoidance, was around €3.7–4.6 S·kg . Therefore it is suggested that glutaraldehyde supplementation is a feasible technique to abate the sulfide problems in sewer systems. Yet further research is required to elucidate the optimum “booster” dosage and the dosing frequency in situ accordingly.

Keywords: corrosion     glutaraldehyde     sulfate-reducing bacteria     sulfide     urban sewage    

Removal of Cu(II) and Fe(III) from aqueous solutions by dead sulfate reducing bacteria

Hong’en QUAN, He BAI, Yang HAN, Yong KANG, Jiao SUN

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 2,   Pages 177-184 doi: 10.1007/s11705-013-1324-7

Abstract: The biosorption properties of dead sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB) for the removal of Cu(II) and Fe(IIIconcentration, the initial pH value and the temperature on the biosorption of Cu(II) and Fe(III) by the SRBFTIR analysis verified that the hydroxyl, carbonyl and amine functional groups of the SRB biosorbentFor both Cu(II) and Fe(III), an increase in the SRB biosorbent concentration resulted in an increaseFor both the single metal and binary metal systems, the biosorption of Cu(II) and Fe(III) onto a SRB

Keywords: sulfate reducing bacteria     biosorption     Cu(II)     Fe(III)    

Biological conversion pathways of sulfate reduction ammonium oxidation in anammox consortia

Zhen Bi, Deqing Wanyan, Xiang Li, Yong Huang

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-019-1217-1

Abstract: Anammox bacteria cannot oxidize ammonium with sulfate as electron acceptor.Heterotrophic sulfate reduction mainly contributed to sulfate conversion.SRAO was considered an autotrophic process mediated by anammox bacteria, in which ammonium as electronand final products of sulfate reduction.Thus anammox bacteria do not possess the ability to oxidize ammonium with sulfate as electron acceptor

Keywords: Anammox bacteria     Autotrophic     Biological conversion     Sulfate reducing ammonium oxidation (SRAO)    

Metallic wastewater treatment by sulfate reduction using anaerobic rotating biological contactor reactor

Mothe Gopi Kiran, Kannan Pakshirajan, Gopal Das

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2018, Volume 12, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-018-1073-4

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Metal removal is due to sulfide precipitation via sulfatereduction by SRB.

Keywords: Factorial design analysis     sulfate reducing bacteria     multi-metal solution     heavy metal removal     anaerobic    

Bacteria inactivation by sulfate radical: progress and non-negligible disinfection by-products

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1629-9

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● Status of inactivation of pathogenic microorganisms by SO4•− is reviewed.

Keywords: Sulfate radicals     Disinfection by-products     Inactivation mechanisms     Bacterial inactivation     Water disinfection    

Effects of natural zeolite and sulfate ions on the mechanical properties and microstructure of plastic

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 1,   Pages 86-98 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0793-x

Abstract: To study the effect of sulfate ions on the properties of PlC-NZ specimens, the specimens were cured inone of two different environments: normal condition and in the presence of sulfate ions.Specimens cured in the presence of sulfate ions indicated lower permeability, higher unconfined strength

Keywords: plastic concrete     sulfate resistance     natural zeolite     triaxial compression test     SEM     permeability    

Effects of two transition metal sulfate salts on secondary organic aerosol formation in toluene/NO

Biwu CHU, Jiming HAO, Junhua LI, Hideto TAKEKAWA, Kun WANG, Jingkun JIANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 1,   Pages 1-9 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0476-x

Abstract: In this study, we tested the effects of two transition metal sulfate salts, manganese sulfate (MnSO )and zinc sulfate (ZnSO ), on the photochemical reactions of a toluene/NO photooxidation system in aBy comparing photochemical reaction products of experiments with and without transition metal sulfateseed aerosols, we evaluated the effects of transition metal sulfate seed aerosols on toluene consumptionThese observations are consistent when varying metal sulfate aerosol concentrations.

Keywords: manganese sulfate     zinc sulfate     seed aerosols     toluene photooxidation     secondary organic aerosol    

A time−space porosity computational model for concrete under sulfate attack

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering doi: 10.1007/s11709-023-0985-7

Abstract: The deterioration of the microscopic pore structure of concrete under external sulfate attack (ESA) isFinally, considering the influence of corrosion damage and cement hydration on the diffusion of sulfate

Keywords: expansion deformation     porosity     internal expansion stress     external sulfate attack     mechanical–chemical    

The size distribution of airborne bacteria and human pathogenic bacteria in a commercial composting plant

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-020-1356-4

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•Bacterial concentrations from eight stages were 104–105copies/m3.

Keywords: Size distribution     Airborne bacteria     Biological diversity     Human pathogenic bacteria     Composting plants    

The solubility of cefquinome sulfate in pure and mixed solvents

Rongbao Qi,Jingkang Wang,Junxiao Ye,Hongxun Hao,Ying Bao

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 2,   Pages 245-254 doi: 10.1007/s11705-016-1569-z

Abstract: Solid-liquid equilibrium data of cefquinome sulfate is important to develop industrial crystallizationprocesses for cefquinome sulfate.The solubilities of cefquinome sulfate in five pure solvents (methanol, ethanol, ethylene glycol, aceticIt was found that the solubilities of cefquinome sulfate in all tested solvents decreased with the increasingIt was found that the dissolution of cefquinome sulfate is exothermic.

Keywords: cefquinome sulfate     solubility     thermodynamic properties    

Effects of metal ions on the morphology of calcium sulfate hemihydrate whiskers by hydrothermal method

Tianjie Liu, Hao Fan, Yanxia Xu, Xingfu Song, Jianguo Yu

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2017, Volume 11, Issue 4,   Pages 545-553 doi: 10.1007/s11705-017-1665-8

Abstract: The effects of Na , Mg , Al and Fe ion concentrations on the crystal morphology of calcium sulfateThese results indicate that in raw materials used for the industrial preparation of calcium sulfate whiskers

Keywords: metal ions     morphology     calcium sulfate hemihydrate whiskers     hydrothermal method     selective adsorption    

PICRUSt2 functionally predicts organic compounds degradation and sulfate reduction pathways in an acidogenic

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1481-8

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For comprehensive insights into the influences of sulfate on performancelaboratory-scale acidogenic bioreactor was continuously operated to treat wastewater with elevated sulfate

Keywords: Acidogenic phase reactor     High-sulfate wastewater     Sulfate reduction     Acidogenic fermentation     PICRUSt2    

Thermal decomposition mechanism of ammonium sulfate catalyzed by ferric oxide

Xingfu SONG, Jingcai ZHAO, Yunzhao LI, Ze SUN, Jianguo YU

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 2,   Pages 210-217 doi: 10.1007/s11705-013-1320-y

Abstract: The decomposition mechanism of ammonium sulfate catalyzed by ferric oxide was investigated in this paperThe obtained results indicate that the decomposition process of ammonium sulfate catalyzed by ferric

Keywords: ammonium sulfate     decomposition kinetics     ferric oxide     thermogravimetric analysis    

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on the performance and bacterial community in an expanded granular sludge bed reactor treating high-sulfate

Jun Li, Wentao Li, Gan Luo, Yan Li, Aimin Li

Journal Article

Chemical additives affect sulfate reducing bacteria biofilm properties adsorbed on stainless steel 316L

Yu Qi,Jin Li,Rui Liang,Sitong Ji,Jianxiang Li,Meng Liu

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Abatement of sulfide generation in sewage by glutaraldehyde supplementation and the impact on the activated sludge accordingly

Lehua ZHANG,Jingxing MA,Yinchen JIN,Haiqin ZHANG,Yongdi LIU,Lankun Cai

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Removal of Cu(II) and Fe(III) from aqueous solutions by dead sulfate reducing bacteria

Hong’en QUAN, He BAI, Yang HAN, Yong KANG, Jiao SUN

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Biological conversion pathways of sulfate reduction ammonium oxidation in anammox consortia

Zhen Bi, Deqing Wanyan, Xiang Li, Yong Huang

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Metallic wastewater treatment by sulfate reduction using anaerobic rotating biological contactor reactor

Mothe Gopi Kiran, Kannan Pakshirajan, Gopal Das

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Bacteria inactivation by sulfate radical: progress and non-negligible disinfection by-products

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Effects of natural zeolite and sulfate ions on the mechanical properties and microstructure of plastic

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Effects of two transition metal sulfate salts on secondary organic aerosol formation in toluene/NO

Biwu CHU, Jiming HAO, Junhua LI, Hideto TAKEKAWA, Kun WANG, Jingkun JIANG

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A time−space porosity computational model for concrete under sulfate attack

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The size distribution of airborne bacteria and human pathogenic bacteria in a commercial composting plant

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The solubility of cefquinome sulfate in pure and mixed solvents

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Effects of metal ions on the morphology of calcium sulfate hemihydrate whiskers by hydrothermal method

Tianjie Liu, Hao Fan, Yanxia Xu, Xingfu Song, Jianguo Yu

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PICRUSt2 functionally predicts organic compounds degradation and sulfate reduction pathways in an acidogenic

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Thermal decomposition mechanism of ammonium sulfate catalyzed by ferric oxide

Xingfu SONG, Jingcai ZHAO, Yunzhao LI, Ze SUN, Jianguo YU

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