Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation: : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies

JAC Barth, R M Kalin, D Clarke, M. Larkin, C. Schuth, M. Bill, G. Slater, B S Lollar

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Abstract

Trichloroethylene (TCE) was degraded aerobically with the strain Burkholderia cepacia G4. The degradation leveled out after similar to 40 hours, while the removal efficiency depended on the optical cell density (OD540) During the experiment at an OD540 of 0.8, TCE was degraded up to 59.3%, with an isotopic difference between initial and remaining substrate of 12.3 parts per thousand. At a lower OD540 of 0.5 the amount of TCE degraded was only 40.5% and the delta(13)C(TCE) difference between initial and remaining substrate was 10.5 parts per thousand
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationGroundwater 2000
EditorsP.L. Bjerg, P. Engesgaard, T.D. Krom
Place of PublicationLeiden
Pages229-230
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2000
EventInternational Conference on Groundwater Research - Copenhagen, Denmark
Duration: 6 Jun 20008 Jun 2000

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Groundwater Research
CountryDenmark
CityCopenhagen
Period6/06/008/06/00

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Keywords

  • changes
  • carbon isotopic
  • composition
  • trichloroethylene
  • aerobic biodegradation
  • estimate
  • new tool
  • removal efficiencies

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Barth, JAC., Kalin, R. M., Clarke, D., Larkin, M., Schuth, C., Bill, M., ... Lollar, B. S. (2000). Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation: : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies . In P. L. Bjerg, P. Engesgaard, & T. D. Krom (Eds.), Groundwater 2000 (pp. 229-230). Leiden.
Barth, JAC ; Kalin, R M ; Clarke, D ; Larkin, M. ; Schuth, C. ; Bill, M. ; Slater, G. ; Lollar, B S. / Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation : : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies . Groundwater 2000. editor / P.L. Bjerg ; P. Engesgaard ; T.D. Krom. Leiden, 2000. pp. 229-230
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Barth, JAC, Kalin, RM, Clarke, D, Larkin, M, Schuth, C, Bill, M, Slater, G & Lollar, BS 2000, Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation: : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies . in PL Bjerg, P Engesgaard & TD Krom (eds), Groundwater 2000. Leiden, pp. 229-230, International Conference on Groundwater Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, 6/06/00.

Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation : : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies . / Barth, JAC; Kalin, R M; Clarke, D; Larkin, M.; Schuth, C.; Bill, M.; Slater, G.; Lollar, B S.

Groundwater 2000. ed. / P.L. Bjerg; P. Engesgaard; T.D. Krom. Leiden, 2000. p. 229-230.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution book

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Barth JAC, Kalin RM, Clarke D, Larkin M, Schuth C, Bill M et al. Changes of the carbon isotopic composition of trichloroethylene during aerobic biodegradation: : a new tool to estimate removal efficiencies . In Bjerg PL, Engesgaard P, Krom TD, editors, Groundwater 2000. Leiden. 2000. p. 229-230