Sand, Wolfgang:
Importance of hydrogen sulfide, thiosulfate, and methylmercaptan for growth of thiobacilli during simulation of concrete corrosion.
1987
In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology (Appl.Environ.Microbiol.), Jg. 53 (1987), Heft 7, S. 1645 - 1648
Artikel/Aufsatz in Zeitschrift / Fach: Chemie
Titel:
Importance of hydrogen sulfide, thiosulfate, and methylmercaptan for growth of thiobacilli during simulation of concrete corrosion.
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Erscheinungsjahr:
1987
Erschienen in:
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (Appl.Environ.Microbiol.), Jg. 53 (1987), Heft 7, S. 1645 - 1648
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Abstract:

Biogenic H2SO4 corrosion of concrete surfaces caused by thiobacilli was reproduced in simulation expts. At 9 mo after inoculation with thiobacilli, concrete blocks were severely corroded. The S compds. H2S, S2O32-, and MeSH were tested for their corrosive action. With H2S, severe corrosion was noted. The flora was dominated by Thiobacillus thioxidans. S2O32- led to medium corrosion and a dominance of Thiobacillus neapolitanus and Thiobacillus intermedium. MeSH resulted in negligible corrosion. A flora of heterotrophs and fungi grew on the blocks. This result implies that MeSH cannot be degraded by thiobacilli.