A simple pore water hydrogen diffusion syringe sampler

Ground Water
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Abstract

Molecular hydrogen (H2) is an important intermediate product and electron donor in microbial metabolism. Concentrations of dissolved H 2 are often diagnostic of the predominant terminal electron-accepting processes in ground water systems or aquatic sediments. H2 concentrations are routinely measured in ground water monitoring wells but are rarely measured in saturated aquatic sediments due to a lack of simple and practical sampling methods. This report describes the design and development (including laboratory and field testing) of a simple, syringe-based H 2 sampler in (1) saturated, riparian sediments, (2) surface water bed sediments, and (3) packed intervals of a fractured bedrock borehole that are inaccessible by standard pumped methods.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title A simple pore water hydrogen diffusion syringe sampler
Series title Ground Water
DOI 10.1111/j.1745-6584.2007.00362.x
Volume 45
Issue 6
Year Published 2007
Language English
Contributing office(s) Toxic Substances Hydrology Program
Description 5 p.
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Ground Water
First page 798
Last page 802
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