By Olga V. Frank-Kamenetskaya, Elena G. Panova, Dmitry Yu. Vlasov
This e-book deals a set of papers provided on the V overseas Symposium "Biogenic - abiogenic interactions in average and anthropogenic platforms" that used to be held from 20-22 October 2014 in Saint Petersburg (Russia). Papers during this publication hide a variety of issues attached with interactions among biogenic and abiogenic elements within the lithosphere, biosphere and technosphere. the most issues comprise: biomineralization in geosystems, geochemistry of biogenic-abiogenic platforms, biomineral interactions in soil, minerals in residing organisms and biomimetic fabrics, clinical geology, bioweathering and destruction of cultural heritage.
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The content of Pd was determined using a voltamperemetric analyzer TA-4 and two-electrode unit (SIE TomAnalit, Tomsk). The work electrode was graphite, and the comparison electrode was a saturated silver-chloride electrode. Quartz cups of 20 cm3 volume were used as an electrolyzer. 05 V. The adsorption amount (A), expressed in milligrams per gram of sorbent, is calculated as A = (Cinitial – Cequilibrium) V/m, or the difference between the initial concentration and the metal concentration in the solution after sorption.
Humic acids and the microfungus cell wall adsorb Pd ions only. Pt interaction with microfungus biomass also stops at the sorption stage. The correlation of experimental observations and oxidation–reduction potential values of PM chloride solutions indicates that the oxidation–reduction reaction can be the last stage of interaction between organic sorbents and PM complexes. The possibility of oxidation–reduction reaction behavior for precious metals in weakly acidic solutions is deﬁned by the oxidation–reduction reactants’ potential ratio.
2011). The application of NIR allowed to get information on structural OH-groups at 7093 cm−1, and a multiplet at 4503, 4320, 4280, 4102, and 4050 cm−1 (the combination modes of hydroxyls in Mg–OH, Al– OH, and Fe–OH). No changes in the positions of these hydroxyls were observed after incubation with Microcoleus chthonoplastes (Fig. 6). Under the influence of Modiﬁcations of Selected Clay Minerals … 37 Fig. 6 Near-infrared spectra (FTIR) of palygorskite, their second derivatives: a Samples with cyanobacteria after day 7, 14, 28, and 60 of the experiment, b control samples after day 7, 14, 28, and 60 of the experiment cyanobacteria, we observed the decrease of the intensity of silanol groups (Si–OH outer surface at 3712 cm−1) of palygorskite.
Biogenic—Abiogenic Interactions in Natural and Anthropogenic Systems by Olga V. Frank-Kamenetskaya, Elena G. Panova, Dmitry Yu. Vlasov