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The fate of two trivalent chromium salts (nitrate and chloride) in ISO algal culture medium was followed over 72 h; i.e., the typical duration of algal toxicity tests. Fifty percent of the initial Cr spikes was lost from the solutions by 24 h, with losses up to 90% after 72 h. Monitoring of the...
A shake-flask method was employed to determine the water solubility (−lg S w ) and n -octanol/water partition coefficient (lg K ow ) of 20 substituted phenols at 298.15 K. And optimized calculation was carried out at B3LYP/6-311G** level with DFT method. Afterwards the obtained parameters were...
Lead tolerance and accumulation in shoots and edible parts varied with crop species and soil type. The critical Pb concentrations at 10% yield reduction were 24.71, 28.25, and 0.567 mg kg −1 for pakchoi, celery, and hot pepper, respectively under hydroponic conditions, whereas were 13.1, 3.83,...
Water and surface sediment samples taken from various locations within Lake Kanyaboli in the Lake Victoria basin were analysed to determine the concentration and distribution of heavy metals. There were wide ranges in concentrations of the metals among the sampling points analysed. Sediment...
Fluoride in the soil and vegetation in the vicinity of brick field in the suburb of Lucknow, India was estimated. The water soluble fluoride (1:1) in the surface soil ranged from 0.59 ppm to 2.74 ppm where as CaCl 2 extractable fluoride ranged from 0.69 ppm to 3.18 ppm. The mean total fluoride...
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) are widely used flame retardants; currently, they are identified as ubiquitous environmental contaminants. Several studies indicate that PBDEs might affect male fertility. We present the results of a pilot study on the relationship between human serum PBDEs...
β-Cypermethrin (β-CP) and β-Cyfluthrin (β-CF) are two important pyrethroid insecticides and both consist of two enantiomeric pairs (diastereomers), i.e. four enantiomers. In this study, the stereo and enantioselective degradation of β-CP and β-CF in a Tianjin alkaline soil was studied in...
The purpose of the study was to determine the levels and organ distribution of the potentially harmful inorganic elements cadmium and lead in great scallops and horse mussels from unpolluted Norwegian waters. The scallops far exceeded the EU-limit for cadmium in bivalves when all soft tissues...
Volatilization of chemicals can be an important form of dissipation in the environment. Rates of evaporative losses from plant and soil surfaces are useful for estimating the potential for food-related dietary residues and operator and bystander exposure, and can be used as source functions for...
There were similar distribution characteristics for acid volatile sulfides (AVS) and simultaneously extracted metals (SEM) in surface sediments, and the concentrations of AVS and SEM decreased from the deposition area to the center of the bay (lake). The ratio of AVS to SEM was <1 in the surface...
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