BUCHANAN, BB and BUCHER, JJ and CARLSON, DE and EDELSTEIN, NM and HUDSON, EA and KALTSOYANNIS, N and LEIGHTON, T and LUKENS, W and SHUH, DK and NITSCHE, H and REICH, T and ROBERTS, K and TORRETTO, P and WOICIK, J and YANG, WS and YEE, A and YEE, BC (1995) A XANES AND EXAFS INVESTIGATION OF THE SPECIATION OF SELENITE FOLLOWING BACTERIAL METABOLIZATION. INORG CHEM , 34 (6) 1617 - 1619.
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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.
|Title:||A XANES AND EXAFS INVESTIGATION OF THE SPECIATION OF SELENITE FOLLOWING BACTERIAL METABOLIZATION|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry|
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