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Arsenite Oxidation Using Biogenic Manganese Oxides Produced By A Deep-Sea Manganese-Oxidizing Bacterium, Marinobacter Sp. MnI7-9

S. Liao, J. Zhou, Hui Wang, X. Chen, H. Wang, G. Wang
Published 2013 · Chemistry

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Marinobacter sp. MnI7-9, a deep-sea manganese [Mn(II)]-oxidizing bacterium isolated from the Indian Ocean, showed a high resistance to Mn(II) and other metals or metalloids and high Mn(II) oxidation/removal abilities. This strain was able to grow well when the Mn(II) concentration reached up to 10 mM, and at that concentration, 76.4% of the added Mn(II) was oxidized and 23.4% of the Mn(II) was adsorbed by the generated biogenic Mn oxides (total 99.9% Mn removal). Scanning electron microscope observation and X-ray diffraction analysis showed that the biogenic Mn oxides were in stick shapes, adhered to the cell surface, and contained two typical crystal structures of γ-MnOOH and δ-MnO2. In addition, the biogenic Mn oxides generated by strain MnI7-9 showed abilities to oxidize the highly toxic As(III) to the less toxic As(V), in both co-culture and after-collection systems. In the co-culture system containing 10 mM Mn(II) and 55 μM As(III), the maximum percentage of As(III) oxidation was 83.5%. In the after-collection system using the generated biogenic Mn oxides, 90% of the As(III) was oxidized into As(V), and the concentration of As(III) decreased from 55.02 to 5.55 μM. This study demonstrates the effective bioremediation by a deep-sea Mn(II)-oxidizing bacterium for the treatment of As-containing water and increases the knowledge of deep-sea bacterial Mn(II) oxidation mechanisms. Supplemental materials are available for this article. Go to the publisher's online edition of Geomicrobiology Journal to view the supplemental file.
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