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Natural occurring uranium nanoparticles and the implication in bioremediation of surface mine waters
Uranium, Mining and Hydrogeology
There are a number of open questions on application of laboratory successful microbial immobilisation of uranium in natural surface water. In view of this, we investigated the behaviour of dissolved uranium in a tailing pond of a former uranium mine site in eastern Germany. Water samples were collected at a gradient in the ponds and they were subjected to sequential ultrafiltration in the laboratory. The samples were filtered on a 0.45 µm pore of cellulose acetate filter membrane beforedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-87746-2_60 fatcat:qf4vjzyhbbc47nhxj3xmftukt4