volume 38, issue 16, P3614-3626 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.watres.2004.05.009
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C.Felipe Leon-Morales, Andrew P. Leis, Martin Strathmann, Hans-Curt Flemming

Abstract: Quartz sand columns and sand-filled microscope flow cells were used to investigate the transport characteristics of the clay colloid laponite, and a biofilm-forming bacterium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa SG81. Separate experiments were performed with each particle to determine their individual transport characteristics in clean sand columns. In a second set of experiments, bacterial biofilms were formed prior to introduction of the clay colloids. In the independent transport experiments, bacteria and laponite each …

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