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Effect of Natural Organic Matter on the Reduction of Nitroaromatics by Fe(II) Species
COLON, D., E. J. WEBER, AND J. L. Anderson. Effect of Natural Organic Matter on the Reduction of Nitroaromatics by Fe(II) Species. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 42(17):6538-6543, (2008).
Published journal article.
Although natural organic matter is a necessary electron source for the microbial mediated development of redox zones in nature, uncertainty still exists regarding its role(s) in the reduction of chemicals. This work studied the effect of Suwannee river humic acid (SRHA) on the reduction of p-monosubstituted nitrobenzenes in Fe(II)-treated goethite suspensions.
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