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Sulfide to sulfate reaction mechanism

Edwin Earle Smith

Sulfide to sulfate reaction mechanism

a study of the sulfide to sulfate reaction mechanism as it relates to the formation of acid mine waters

by Edwin Earle Smith

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Published by [U.S. Federal Water Quality Administration]; for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid mine drainage.,
  • Water -- Pollution.,
  • Chemical kinetics.,
  • Sulphides.,
  • Sulphates.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by E. E. Smith and K. S. Shumate]
    SeriesWater pollution control research series
    ContributionsShumate, K. S., 1937- joint author., Ohio State University. Research Foundation., United States. Federal Water Pollution Control Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN321 .S58
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 115 p.
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4693424M
    LC Control Number77608060

    sulfide forms sulfuric acid, which corrodes metals and concrete. Hydrogen peroxide oxidizes hydrogen sulfide to elemental sulfur or sulfate. It can also provide residual hydrogen peroxide to a system. The residual hydrogen peroxide decomposes into dissolved oxygen, helping maintain an aerobic environment and preventing the formation of Size: KB. Different species use different enzymes, pathways, and mechanisms of electron transport and energy conservation for the oxidation of a given substrate, but all gain energy from capturing electrons from the oxidation of sulfide to sulfate. The general metabolic pathways of the Thiobacilli group of bacteria, however, are all similar.

    Similarly, both mechanisms operate in the chemoautotroph Thiobacillus denitrificans, which can oxidize sulfide to sulfate anaerobically using nitrate as terminal electron acceptor which is . sulfidization reaction that generates hydrogen as a product instead of consuming oxygen as a reactant (these reactions are in our abstract). •We envision that S of aqueous sulfate in tidal marsh and coastal subaqueous soils is the prime microbial oxidizer of organic matter with H 2 S/HS-as a product. •We envision that sulfide of H 2 S/HS File Size: 4MB.

      Toxicity of sulfide in mammals is based on reversible binding of H 2 S to oxidized COX in the ETC of mitochondria [10,11]. The protection from free sulfide involves an enzyme-catalysed oxidation sequence in mitochondria that starts with membrane-bound sulfide:quinone oxidoreductase and produces thiosulfate. This enzyme is not present in by: Sulfide is an inorganic anion of sulfur with the chemical formula S2− or a compound containing one or more S2− ions. Solutions of sulfide salts are corrosive. Sulfide also refers to chemical compounds large families of inorganic and organic compounds, e.g. lead sulfide and dimethyl sulfide. Hydrogen sulfide and bisulfide are the conjugate acids of Number:


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Sulfide to Sulfate Reaction Mechanism A Study of the Sulfide to Sulfate Reaction Mechanism as it Relates to the Formation of Acid Mine Waters Ohio State University Research Foundation Columbus,Ohio for the FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Program Number FWPCA Grant No.

FPS February. Sulfide to sulfate reaction mechanism; a study of the sulfide to sulfate reaction mechanism as it relates to the formation of acid mine waters Author: Edwin Earle Smith ; K S Shumate ; Ohio State University.

The reduction of sulfate to sulfide consumes kJ per mole. Sulfate assimilation requires 1 ATP, used by ATP sulfurylase, and 8 electrons for the reduction reactions. Two electrons are derived from reduced glutathione for the APS reductase step and 6 are derived from ferredoxin for the sulfite reductase step.

Under the oxidizing conditions found over most of this planet, sulfur is present in the geosphere in the form of sulfate. Reduction of sulfate is expensive, requiring approximately kJmol −1. The inability of multicellular animals to reduce sulfate to sulfide is part of a general lack of reductive by: 2.

When reactive organic compounds are abundant in the system, sulfate reduction is occurring and the dominant fractionation mechanism is kinetic. When the sulfate reduction has slowed down or stopped, equilibrium is attained between sulfate and sulfide and the isotopic fractionation is governed by equilibrium by: 2.

MECHANISM The oxidation of sulphide in water by oxygen without activated carbon has been investigat- ed by many authors [ 3 - Several mech- anisms have been proposed. The reaction mechanism and the nature of the products strongly depend on the pH of the solution.

Two reaction schemes are given for different. Nano-sized iron sulfide (FeS) particles have aroused researchers’ attention for environmental remediation over the decade owing to their high reactivity and large specific surface area.

The aim of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review on the evolution of Cited by: thermicity of the reaction at high concen- tration and conversion levels.

Sreerama- murthy (6) and Cariaso (7) tried to fit their 1 This publication is the second in a series on the mechanism of hydrogen sulfide oxidation; see (1) for Part I. kinetic data on activated carbon into a mechanism.

Cariaso concluded that theFile Size: KB. A detailed reaction mechanism is proposed for the formation of crystalline elemental sulfur from aqueous sulfide by oxidation with transition-metal ions like V V, Fe III, Cu II, etc.

The first step is the formation of HS • radicals by one-electron oxidation of HS - ions. These radicals exist at Cited by: Large-scale acid sulfate soils (ASS) generally contain substantial quantities of iron sulfide minerals or the oxidation reaction products of these sulfidic minerals (e.g.

acidity and secondary. Dechlorination of Chloropicrin and 1,3-Dichloropropene by Hydrogen Sulfide Species: Redox and Nucleophilic Substitution Reactions. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry54 (6), Cited by: Oxidation of Sulfides to Sulfoxides and Sulfones: Mechanism.

Oxidation of sulfide to the first step of the reaction, the sulfur atom attacks the terminal oxygen of the peroxide group. Breakage of the peroxide bond results in the formation of an alkoxy anion and a sulfoxide. Introduction. Sulfide ion is toxic, odorous and corrosive and is of particular concern in sewer systems, since it causes pipes corrosion.

1, 2 The presence of S 2-in sewage systems is a common problem due to the stimulation of the metabolic activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria, given the high organic load and low dissolved oxygen. 3 Sulfide is one of the contaminants in effluents generated in Cited by: 3.

Iron sulfide oxidation can be initiated by auno- study indicate that at equilibrium (1) a basic iron sul- Oxygen and ferric iron. Stumm and Morgan reactions for generating fate conaols the solubility of Fe3+ and a (lg81) suggest the basic aluminum sulfate solid phase controls the ~01~- bility of A13+ below pHand (2) amorphous ironFile Size: KB.

With difficulty. SO_4^(2-) + 8H^+ +4e^(-) rarr S^(2-) + 4H_2O(l) I believe there are certain circumstances in which this reduction reaction can be performed enzymatically.

The problem is you have to reduce the sulfate in the presence of Cu^(2+), which has a much lower reduction potential. For the enzymatic reactions, see here.

Proposed reaction mechanism of hydrogen peroxide thiols to generate. sulfenic acid (A) which subsequently reacts with thiol to generate disulfide (B). Bisulfite will react with hydrogen peroxide to generate sulfuric acid, which will exist.

as sulfate in : Gal Yosef Kreitman. Great achievements in the asymmetric cyclization reactions of sulfur ylides have been reached by using chiral sulfides; however, this method usually suffers from the high loading of chiral sulfides. Over the past decade, new catalysis technologies beyond chiral sulfide-based catalysis have been gradually appCited by:   Our data suggest that sulfide is completely oxidized to sulfate by Beggiatoa when these strains are grown with a low sulfide flux.

However, it appears that under high sulfide fluxes, the rate of sulfur oxidation cannot keep up with sulfide oxidation, resulting in up to half of the oxidized sulfide being deposited as sulfur and in some cases causing cells to rupture (21).Cited by: Manganese(II) sulfide (MnS) is an interesting material for both fundamental and applicative research, especially when its bulk properties are modulated by reducing the size into the nanometric region (Cited by: 2.

Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. In addition, H2S odour and odour, when reaching a certain concentration, can cause human neurotoxicity, and react with ozone in the atmosphere to form sulfuric acid to form acid rain.

This paper is mainly to study the mechanism of rapid reaction of sulfate type anammox by different acid and alkali value environment.What are Hydrogen Sulfide and Sulfate? Hydrogen sulfide is a gas that has the unmistakable odor of rotten eggs.

It is produced from decomposing plant and animal tissue. At high concentrations in the air hydrogen sulfide is toxic, but it is usually just at nuisance levels in .A detailed mechanism illustrating the conversion of a carboxylic acid to an ester using dimethyl sulfate (Me2SO4).

Acid to Ester Mechanism - Dimethyl Sulfate (Me2SO4) New Jobs.