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carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater

Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and

17-07-2009· This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler's methylene blue and alcian blue-periodic acid-Schiff stain) and fluorescence (CTC [5-cyano-2,3-ditolyl tetrazolium chloride]) stains, determination of cell viability inside carbonate crystals, and pore size reduction in limestone by image analysis.

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carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater

Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and Their Use as a Limestone Consolidant. Sodium carbonate Wikipedia. Sodium carbonate (also known as washing soda, soda ash and soda crystals, and in the monohydrate form as crystal carbonate), Na 2 CO 3, is the water-soluble sodium .

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carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater

Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and The carbonate crystals precipitated were either clear (transparent) or colored, usually brown, covering a wide range of shades from light to dark. F2 was the only isolate that precipitated light-green carbonate crystals. Figure Figure2 2 shows carbonate crystals precipitated by the

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Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and

Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and Their Use as a Limestone Consolidant Dania V. Zamarren˜o,1* Robert Inkpen,2 and Eric May1 School of Biological Sciences, King Henry Building, Portsmouth University, Portsmouth, United Kingdom,1 and

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Carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria and

This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler's methylene blue and alcian blue-PAS) and fluorescence (CTC) stains, determination of cell viability inside carbonate crystals and

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Carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria and

Bacterial carbonate precipitation is known to be a natural phenomenon associated with a wide range of bacterial species. Recently, the ability of bacteria to produce carbonates has been studied for its value in the conservation of limestone monuments and concrete. This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler's...

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(PDF) Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater

Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and Their Use as a Limestone Consolidant Article (PDF Available) in Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75(18):5981-90 · August 2009 with

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This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler’s methylene blue and alcian blue–periodic acid-Schiff stain) and fluorescence (CTC [5-cyano-2,3-ditolyl tetrazolium chloride]) stains, determination of cell viability inside carbonate crystals, and pore size reduction in limestone by image analysis.

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Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and

15-09-2009· Bacterial carbonate precipitation is known to be a natural phenomenon associated with a wide range of bacterial species. Recently, the ability of bacteria to produce carbonates has been studied for its value in the conservation of limestone monuments and concrete. This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological

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Carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria

This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler's methylene blue and alcian blue-PAS) and fluorescence (CTC) stains, determination of cell viability inside carbonate crystals and

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Carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria

Bacterial carbonate precipitation is known to be a natural phenomenon associated with a wide range of bacterial species. Recently, the ability of bacteria to produce carbonates has been studied for its value in the conservation of limestone monuments and concrete. This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler's...

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Microorganisms ENVIS Centre

This paper describes investigations of carbonate crystals precipitated by freshwater bacteria by means of histological (Loeffler’s methylene blue and alcian blue–periodic acid-Schiff stain) and fluorescence (CTC [5-cyano-2,3-ditolyl tetrazolium chloride]) stains, determination of cell viability inside carbonate crystals, and pore size reduction in limestone by image analysis.

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METABOLISM AND CONCENTRATION OF CALCIUM AND

Dania V. Zamarreño, Robert Inkpen, Eric May, Carbonate Crystals Precipitated by Freshwater Bacteria and Their Use as a Limestone Consolidant, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 10.1128/AEM.02079-08, 75, 18, (5981-5990), (2009).

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Aerobic and anaerobic removal of lead and mercury via

04-03-2020· In the current study, the probability of both metals to be accessed into the interstice of the precipitated crystals and also the similarity in ionic radii among Ca 2+,

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Calcium carbonate precipitation induced by calcifying

01-10-2018· XRD patterns of precipitated crystals from bacterially induced carbonate mineralization tests. As above mentioned, the SEM and XRD analyses proved the crystals precipitated by the four native strains was composed of one or a mixture of crystallites of the two polymorphous forms of calcium carbonate: calcite and vaterite, except for weddellite only present in strain T6-inoculated B-4 medium.

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Biomineralization processes of calcite induced by bacteria

The dynamic process of microbial calcium carbonate precipitation revealed that B. lentus CP28 precipitated calcite crystals through the enzymatic hydrolysis of urea, and that when ammonium ion concentrations reached 746 mM and the pH reached 9.6, that favored calcite precipitation at a

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Precipitated calcium carbonate nano-microparticles

Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) precipitated particles present huge applications in drug delivery systems because their characteristics (such as size distribution, crystalline phase and specific surface area) can be precisely tailored during the synthesis. Besides this, most of the processing methods present competitive costs and produce highly biocompatible materials.

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In-vitro study on calcium carbonate crystal growth

01-10-2012· Calcium carbonate crystals were precipitated in the closed container by gas diffusion method . Ammonium hydrogen carbonate solid was used to release carbon dioxide gas, and concentrated sulfuric acid was exploited to absorb moisture and ammonia gas in the system. 24 well plate was utilized as a reaction container and the small silicon slices on the bottom of the solutions were

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Aragonite Wikipedia

Aragonite is a carbonate mineral, one of the three most common naturally occurring crystal forms of calcium carbonate, Ca C O 3 (the other forms being the minerals calcite and vaterite).It is formed by biological and physical processes, including precipitation from marine and freshwater environments. The crystal lattice of aragonite differs from that of calcite, resulting in a different

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