Data underlying the publication "Anaerobic sulphide removal by haloalkaline sulphide oxidising bacteria"
Recent discoveries show that sulphide oxidising bacteria (SOB) from modern desulphurisation plants are able to spatially separate sulphide removal and oxygen reduction when exposed to intermittent anaerobic and aerobic environments. Here, SOB act as electron shuttles between electron donor and acceptor. The underlying mechanisms for electron shuttling are of yet unknown. To investigate the anaerobic sulphide removal of SOB, batch experiments were performed. SOB harvested from a desulphurisation plant in Wageningen were harvested and made anaerobic in batch bottles. After dosing sulphide, sulphide was measured for 30 minutes.
The full methodology is described in the material and methods section of the related publication. For Appendix A the method is described in the supplementary information of the related publication.
The dataset consists of one excel file with several sheets, containing sulphide measurements and NGS data.
- 2023-03-22 first online
- 2023-06-22 published, posted
- NWO, 17516 (grant code 17516) Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek
Wetsus, European Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology