Biotic vs. Abiotic Structured Mackinawite
Example – Sulfate Reducing Microorganisms (SRM) produce sulfide, and when in the presence of iron, may react to form ferrous sulfide (FeS).
Example – a FeS reagent that is manufactured or formulated to a specification in a chemical reactor and delivered to a remediation site.
Biotic and Abiotic Formation - Similarities
Biotic and Abiotic Formation - Differences
Why “roll the dice” by assuming the in-situ conditions will be optimal for biotic FeS Formation?
Simply, Redox Solutions offers abiotically synthesized mackinawite structured iron sulfide products that eliminate the unknown factors of biotic iron sulfide formation.