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Author (up) Nakazawa, H. url  openurl
  Title Treatment of acid mine drainage containing iron ions and arsenic for utilization of the sludge Type Journal Article
  Year 2006 Publication Sohn International Symposium Advanced Processing of Metals and Materials, Vol 9 Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 373-381  
  Keywords mine water treatment arsenic biotechnology filtration iron membranes microorganisms mining industry oxidation sludge treatment acid mine drainage arsenic ion sludge treatment Horobetsu mine Hokkaido Japan ferrous iron membrane filter pore size arsenite solutions microbial oxidation As Fe Manufacturing and Production  
  Abstract An acid mine drainage in abandoned Horobetsu mine in Hokkaido, Japan, contains arsenic and iron ions; total arsenic ca.10ppm, As(III) ca. 8.5ppm, total iron 379ppm, ferrous iron 266ppm, pH1.8. Arsenic occurs mostly as arsenite (As (III)) or arsenate (As (V)) in natural water. As(III) is more difficult to be remove than As(V), and it is necessary to oxidize As(III) to As(V) for effective removal. 5mL of the mine drainage or its filtrate through the membrane filter (pore size 0.45 mu m) were added to arsenite solutions (pH1.8) with the concentration of 5ppm. After the incubation of 30 days, As(III) was oxidized completely with the addition of the mine drainage while the oxidation did not occur with the addition of filtrate, indicating the microbial oxidation of As(III). In this paper, we have investigated the microbial oxidation of As(III) in acid water below pH2.0.  
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  ISSN 0-87339-642-1 ISBN Medium  
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  Notes Aug 27-31; Treatment of acid mine drainage containing iron ions and arsenic for utilization of the sludge; Isip:000241817200032; Conference Paper Times Cited: 0; ISI Web of Science Approved no  
  Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 17456 Serial 151  
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