3 edition of Bacterial disintegration of sulphur-containing sealing compound in pipe joints found in the catalog.
Bacterial disintegration of sulphur-containing sealing compound in pipe joints
T. D. Beckwith
Bibliography: p. 128.
|Statement||by T.D. Beckwith and P.F. Bovard.|
|Series||Publications of the University of California at Los Angeles in biological sciences., v. 1, no. 7|
|Contributions||Bovard, Paul Fountain.|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .C115 vol. 1, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 121-131 incl. pl., tables.|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||37027635|
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Sulfur-reducing bacteria (SRB) and archaea are a taxonomically diverse group of prokaryotes (Finster et al. b; Schauder et at. ) which use elemental sulfur (S⁰) as their terminal electron acceptor (TEA) by reducing it to hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) (Pfennig, and Biebl ), to generate energy.. The first SRB species to be discovered was Desulfuromonas acetoxidans which was isolated . Packaging material – Any material used in the fabrication or sealing of a packaging system or primary package (ref. ISO – (E)). Packaging supply chain – The steps required to create and manufacture the packaging, package the product, distribute the packaged product and sell it in the stores, through point-of-purchase (POP.
The sulphur-containing amino acids of the proteins such as cyst eine, cystine, and methionine undergo desulfhydralation and decomposition by bacteria, yielding hydrogen sulphide gas, sulphides. Contaminated sulphur clean-up can be a daunting task. It is natural to seek the cheapest and quickest methods of removal.
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Get this from a library. Bacterial disintegration of sulphur-containing sealing compound in pipe joints. [T D Beckwith; Paul Fountain Bovard]. Volatile organic compounds present in the sewer atmosphere could support the growth of heterotrophic bacteria on corroding concrete.
In addition, since Acidithiobacillus excretes self-inhibitory organic compounds, it requires a mutualistic relationship with heterotrophs that can degrade such inhibitory organic compounds (7, 14, 34, 44).Cited by: A. Camacho, in Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Sulfate and sulfur reduction.
Oxidized sulfur compounds can be used as terminal electron acceptor for the anaerobic respiration of organic matter by sulfate- and sulfur-reducing bacteria producing hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S). These bacteria are commonly heterotrophic, obtaining organic matter from external sources, although some strains can be.
Sulfur bacterium, plural Sulfur Bacteria, any of a diverse group of microorganisms capable of metabolizing sulfur and its compounds and important in the sulfur cycle (q.v.) in of the common sulfur substances that are used by these bacteria as an energy source are hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S), sulfur, and thiosulfate (S 2 O 3 2-).The final product of sulfur oxidation is sulfate (SO 4 2-).
THE essential function of sulphate-reducing bacteria in the external corrosion of ferrous pipes in anaerobic soils is now generally recognized, but little consideration has been given to the part Cited by: Sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) are a major bacterial group involved in microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) [1, 2].
The role of SRB in iron corrosion can be divided into direct corrosion and indirect corrosion. Indirect corrosion is the chemical attack by hydrogen sulfide [3, 4] or other acidic organisms [5, 6].
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Sulfate-reducing bacteria are considered as a possible way to deal with acid mine waters that are produced by other bacteria. SRB are capable of causing severe corrosion of iron material in a water system because they produce enzymes which have the power to accelerate the reduction of sulphate compounds to the corrosive hydrogen sulphide, thus.
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Abstract. A new chemolithotrophic bacterial metabolism was discovered in anaerobic marine enrichment cultures. Cultures in defined medium with elemental sulfur (S 0) and amorphous ferric hydroxide (FeOOH) as sole substrates showed intense formation of rmore, precipitation of ferrous sulfide and pyrite was observed.
Sulfuric acid is one of the most widely used chemicals across a range of e this ubiquity, however, each sulfuric acid application requires careful material selection and evaluation, as the wrong gasket will quickly deteriorate, posing a multitude of risks.
In-ground sulfur sealing, or commonly known as Seal legs, is traditionally what has been in use for refineries for over 50 years. Referring to figure 2 the way Seal legs work is very similar an elbow in the sinks, and toilets, they maintain a liquid barrier between the. This excellent paper and subsequent discussion deal with the bacterial corrosion of iron and steel, a subject of fundamental importance to water, sewage, oil and gas undertakings.
Such corrosion may be the result of bacterial reduction, bacterial oxidation, or of both. The series of processes "interlock, '' and the mode of attack upon the metal is liable to alter with changes in the. Vinidex technical information is drawn from worldwide research and field experience with advanced pipes and fittings systems and technology.
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Testing for the sulfur content in rubber compounds is an important aspect of understanding performance properties. Many elastomers are chemically cross-linked with sulfur. This sulfur cure or vulcanization process imparts the recovery properties for which rubber is noted.
Resistance to mould, fungi and bacteria can be improved by including antimicrobial additives (also known as fungicides or biocides), uniformly distributed throughout the polymer (or adhesive), during the compounding process or alternatively by applying a suitable protective coating and/or sealant around the exposed edges of the adhesive joint.
From the start bacterial suspension a dilution was made containing 1 mL of the start bacterial suspension and 9 mL of distilled water. From the dilution, subsequent dilutions were made and were used in the construction of the curve. The dilutions were the following (in duplicate):, After this, the optical.
Hydrogen sulfide oxidation on sewer pipe surfaces was investigated in a pilot scale experimental setup. The experiments were aimed at replicating conditions in a gravity sewer located immediately downstream of a force main where sulfide related concrete corrosion and odor is often observed. Glossary of Waterproofing Terms: Blind-side waterproofing: Installation of waterproofing membranes and drainage before the concrete foundation is poured.
Capillary action: Movement of liquid in porous materials or thin tubes (capillaries), due to attraction between the molecules of the liquid and those of the solid.
Condensation: The change in phase from a gas to a liquid, as when water vapor.Partial or nearly full-length bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences were amplified using the bacteria-specific primer set f/r and 8f/r, respectively, and sequenced as described above. In case of sulfate-reducing strains, DNA was sequenced in both directions using the respective PCR primers and the service of GATC Biotech AG (Konstanz.Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Barry Finnerty's "START" (WARNING!