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Penetration of different human pathogenic viruses into sand columns percolated with distilled water, groundwater, or wastewater
Year:
1984
Authors :
נאסר, אחמד
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Volume :
47
Co-Authors:
Dizer, H., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
Nasser, A., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
Lopez, J.M., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
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From page:
409
To page:
415
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Total pages:
7
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Abstract:
The adsorption of several enteroviruses and rotavirus SA11 to sand from an aquifer in the Federal Republic of Germany was estimated in sand-filled columns loaded with ca. 107 PFU and run at a velocity of 2.5 m/day for 12 h. After either distilled water, groundwater, secondary effluent, or tertiary effluent was percolated, the sand core was slowly extruded out of the column and cut in 1-cm slices. The slices were eluted with nutrient broth, and the amount of viruses in the broth was estimated. The best adsorption was promoted by groundwater and tertiary effluent, followed by distilled water and secondary effluent. Similar experiments, carried out at different percolation rates, indicated that a 50-day underground stay of recharged water probably suffices to eliminate viruses in the groundwater-recharged tertiary effluent. However, when viruses and sand were incubated in the presence of the surfactants sodium dodecyl sulfate, nonyl phenol, dodigen 226, or alkylbenzylsulfonate, the adsorption of the viruses was substantially diminished. Experiments in the presence of nonyl phenol seem to indicate that hydrophobic interactions are involved in the adsorption of viruses to sand.
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Adsorption
Distilled water
Filtration
Ground Water
Magnesium
rotavirus
sewage
Waste Disposal, Fluid
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Penetration of different human pathogenic viruses into sand columns percolated with distilled water, groundwater, or wastewater
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Dizer, H., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
Nasser, A., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
Lopez, J.M., Institut fur Wasser-, Boden- und Lufthygiene, Berlin, Germany
Penetration of different human pathogenic viruses into sand columns percolated with distilled water, groundwater, or wastewater
The adsorption of several enteroviruses and rotavirus SA11 to sand from an aquifer in the Federal Republic of Germany was estimated in sand-filled columns loaded with ca. 107 PFU and run at a velocity of 2.5 m/day for 12 h. After either distilled water, groundwater, secondary effluent, or tertiary effluent was percolated, the sand core was slowly extruded out of the column and cut in 1-cm slices. The slices were eluted with nutrient broth, and the amount of viruses in the broth was estimated. The best adsorption was promoted by groundwater and tertiary effluent, followed by distilled water and secondary effluent. Similar experiments, carried out at different percolation rates, indicated that a 50-day underground stay of recharged water probably suffices to eliminate viruses in the groundwater-recharged tertiary effluent. However, when viruses and sand were incubated in the presence of the surfactants sodium dodecyl sulfate, nonyl phenol, dodigen 226, or alkylbenzylsulfonate, the adsorption of the viruses was substantially diminished. Experiments in the presence of nonyl phenol seem to indicate that hydrophobic interactions are involved in the adsorption of viruses to sand.
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