UCL logo

UCL Discovery

UCL home » Library Services » Electronic resources » UCL Discovery

A XANES AND EXAFS INVESTIGATION OF THE SPECIATION OF SELENITE FOLLOWING BACTERIAL METABOLIZATION

BUCHANAN, BB; BUCHER, JJ; CARLSON, DE; EDELSTEIN, NM; HUDSON, EA; KALTSOYANNIS, N; ... YEE, BC; + view all (1995) A XANES AND EXAFS INVESTIGATION OF THE SPECIATION OF SELENITE FOLLOWING BACTERIAL METABOLIZATION. INORG CHEM , 34 (6) 1617 - 1619.

Full text not available from this repository.

Abstract

XANES spectroscopy has been used to demonstrate that both the common soil bacterium Bacillus subtilis and an unidentified bacillus isolated from selenium-contaminated soil reduce selenite to the red allotrope of elemental selenium. The red and gray forms of selenium are distinguished by their XANES spectra, although EXAFS spectroscopy shows a single absorber-backscatterer distance in both cases.

Type:Article
Title:A XANES AND EXAFS INVESTIGATION OF THE SPECIATION OF SELENITE FOLLOWING BACTERIAL METABOLIZATION
Keywords:ABSORPTION FINE-STRUCTURE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

Archive Staff Only: edit this record