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Dissolution of Arsenic Minerals Mediated by Dissimilatory

We demonstrated that the isolated strains (i) produce metabolites that promote dissolution of minerals, (ii) are resistant to dissolved arsenic compounds, (iii) are able to use the dissolved arsenates as terminal electron acceptor, and (iv) are able to remove arsenic under anaerobic conditions from As-containing copper ore concentrates and

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Dissolution of arsenic minerals mediated by dissimilatory

The aim of this study was characterization of the isolated dissimilatory arsenate reducing bacteria in the context of their potential for arsenic removal from primary arsenic minerals through reductive dissolution. Four strains, Shewanella sp. OM1, Pseudomonas sp.

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Arsenic removal from copper ores and concentrates through

Sep 01, 2009· Arsenic dissolution as a function of leaching time for enargite ore (sample (5)) with arsenic content of 8.32 wt.% and that of sample (5 + 2) blended mixture with arsenic content at 3.0 wt.%. Pulp density of mix sample was increased to 1000 g/L and leaching was conducted at 80 °C.

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Dissolution of Arsenic Minerals Mediated by Dissimilatory

The aim of this study was characterization of the isolated dissimilatory arsenate reducing bacteria in the context of their potential for arsenic removal from primary arsenic minerals through reductive dissolution. Four strains, Shewanella sp. OM1, Pseudomonas sp. OM2, Aeromonas sp. OM4, and Serratia sp. OM17, capable of anaerobic growth with As (V) reduction, were isolated from microbial

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DISSOLVED ARSENIC TREATMENT FOR THE DEWATERING

The green carbonate ore has net neutralization potential (NNP) values ranging between 132 and 292 kg CaCO 3/t indicating it is not potentially acid generating (Bernier, 2006). The whole rock chemistry indicates a wide range of arsenic concentration in the komatiite and green carbonate ore

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THE OXIDATION AND DISSOLUTION OF ARSENIC-BEARING

We provide a comprehensive review of research conducted on the dissolution–oxidation of As-bearing sulfides including arsenopyrite, orpiment, realgar, tennantite, and the amorphous forms of As 2 S 3 and AsS. In general, a rise in pH and the presence of Fe 3+ or bacteria (or both) cause the oxidation rates of As-bearing sulfides to increase, except for arsenopyrite.

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The Role of Arsenic in the Mining Industry

arsenopyrite, the most abundant ore mineral of arsenic. However, arsenic is not recovered from these sources Freshwaters and associated ecosystems may be impacted by arsenic dissolution in runoff from contaminated sites. [1] In contrast, it is the natural release of arsenic from geologic

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Dissolution of arsenic minerals mediated by dissimilatory

The aim of this study was characterization of the isolated dissimilatory arsenate reducing bacteria in the context of their potential for arsenic removal from primary arsenic minerals through reductive dissolution. Four strains, Shewanella sp. OM1, Pseudomonas sp.

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Dissolution of Arsenic Minerals Mediated by Dissimilatory

The aim of this study was characterization of the isolated dissimilatory arsenate reducing bacteria in the context of their potential for arsenic removal from primary arsenic minerals through reductive dissolution. Four strains, Shewanella sp. OM1, Pseudomonas sp. OM2, Aeromonas sp. OM4, and Serratia sp. OM17, capable of anaerobic growth with As (V) reduction, were isolated from microbial

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Research Article Dissolution of Arsenic Minerals Mediated

minerals through reductive dissolution. We demonstrated thattheisolatedstrains(i)producemetabolitesthatpromote dissolution of minerals, (ii) are resistant to dissolved arsenic compounds, (iii) are able to use the dissolved arsenates as terminalelectronacceptor,and(iv)areabletoremovearsenic under anaerobic conditions from As-containing copper ore

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Dissolution of Arsenic Minerals Mediated by Dissimilatory

The most abundant and dominant arsenic ore miner-als are As-sulfides, including arsenopyrite (FeAsS), realgar (As4 S4), and orpiment (As2 S3)[2]. Arsenic minerals are also found as impurities (as minor ores) in the ores of other metals such as gold or copper. Arsenopyrite is very oftenfoundingoldores,whileenargite(Cu3 AsS4)and tennantite((Cu,Fe

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Article 3D Spatial Distribution of Arsenic in an Abandoned

Dec 15, 2020· Arsenic is a natural component of the Earth's crust. The arsenic concentrations in natural soils where Fe3+ comes from the oxidation of ferrous iron (Fe2+) and partial dissolution of hematite/goethite. As species are influenced by different geochemical factors, such as pH-Eh conditions, as a silver ore, but the peak of activity took

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DISSOLVED ARSENIC TREATMENT FOR THE DEWATERING

The green carbonate ore has net neutralization potential (NNP) values ranging between 132 and 292 kg CaCO 3/t indicating it is not potentially acid generating (Bernier, 2006). The whole rock chemistry indicates a wide range of arsenic concentration in the komatiite and green carbonate ore

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THE OXIDATION AND DISSOLUTION OF ARSENIC-BEARING SULFIDES

We provide a comprehensive review of research conducted on the dissolution–oxidation of As-bearing sulfides including arsenopyrite, orpiment, realgar, tennantite, and the amorphous forms of As 2 S 3 and AsS. In general, a rise in pH and the presence of Fe 3+ or bacteria (or both) cause the oxidation rates of As-bearing sulfides to increase, except for arsenopyrite.

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(PDF) Bioleaching of Arsenic-Bearing Copper Ores

May 17, 2018· mineral ’ s oxidative dissolution, keeping free ferric ions in the solution. In this case, sulfide is In this case, sulfide is oxidized via the thiosulfate pathway [7 3].

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(PDF) Arsenic evolution as a tool for understanding

Primary sulfide ore contains between 1-37 % Zn, has transformed to “non-sulfide” ore containing Zn>10%. Both non-sulfide and sulfide ore is associated with As, Se, Hg, Tl, Mn and Sb, which is

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Arsenic trioxide Wikipedia

Arsenic trioxide can be generated via routine processing of arsenic compounds including the oxidation (combustion) of arsenic and arsenic-containing minerals in air. Illustrative is the roasting of orpiment, a typical arsenic sulfide ore. 2 As 2 S 3 + 9 O 2 → 2 As 2 O 3 + 6 SO 2

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Dissolution of arsenic minerals mediated by dissimilatory

Mar 02, 2014· We demonstrated that the isolated strains (i) produce metabolites that promote dissolution of minerals, (ii) are resistant to dissolved arsenic compounds, (iii) are able to use the dissolved arsenates as terminal electron acceptor, and (iv) are able to remove arsenic under anaerobic conditions from As-containing copper ore concentrates and

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Natural Background and Anthropogenic Arsenic Enrichment in

Florida geologic units and soils contain a wide range in concentrations of naturally-occurring arsenic. The average range of bulk rock concentrations is 1 to 13.1 mg/kg with concentrations in accessary minerals being over 1000 mg/kg. Florida soils contain natural arsenic concentrations which can exceed 10 mg/kg in some circumstances, with organic-rich soils often having the highest concentrations.

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Arsenic-transforming microbes and their role in biomining

mineral dissolution and mechanisms of arsenic resistance, (3) the minerals used and technology applied in biomining of arsenic-bearing minerals, and (4) how microbes are used to clean up post-mining environments. Arsenic minerals in mining environments Arsenic is widely distributed in

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The effect of ore roasting on arsenic oxidation state and

May 08, 2015· dized arsenic forms, means that the solubility and stability of fine ESP dust and the finely porous roaster Fe-oxides are the principal consideration in arsenic dissolution and mobility. The foremost outcome of this study is that it is crucial to understand the effect of ore processing on the solid As form before investigating the geo-

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