Oxidized humic acids from the soil of heat power plant

Srđan Miletić, Jelena Avdalović, Jelena Milić, Mila Ilić, Aleksandra Žerađanin, Kristina Joksimović, Snežana Spasić

Abstract


Humic acids isolated from the soil of heat power plant (HA-E) conta­minated with oil were analyzed by the Fourier Transform Infrared spectra (FTIR). In comparison with humic acids standard (HA-S) luck of intense broad band of stretching vibrations of hydrogen-bonded hydroxyl groups (3600-3200 cm-1) is evident. HA-E have a pick at 1649 cm-1 which could belong to carbonyl groups. HA-E are heavily oxidized and among isolated microorganisms Achromobacter denitrificans may be responsible for such intensive oxidation of HA-E. To phylogenetically diverse nitrate-reducing microorganisms that have the capacity to utilize reduced HA as electron donors in soils, we can ad A. denitrificans.


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humic acid; microorganism; FTIR; contaminated soil

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