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  • sorption of phthalate esters and pcbs in a marine ecosystem

    Sorption of Phthalate Esters and PCBs in a Marine Ecosystem

    Dialkyl phthalate esters (DPEs) are widely used industrial chemicals with octanol−seawater partition coefficients ranging between 101.80 for dimethyl phthalate to 1010.0 for di-iso-decyl phthalate, indicating a propensity to sorb strongly to particulate matter in aquatic environments. Sorption plays a key role in controlling the long-term fate of DPEs in aquatic systems and exposure to

  • sorption of phthalate esters and pcbs in a marine ecosystem

    Sorption of Phthalate Esters and PCBs in a Marine Ecosystem

    Dialkyl phthalate esters (DPEs) are widely used industrial chemicals with octanol-seawater partition coefficients ranging between 101.80 for dimethyl phthalate to 1010.0 for di-iso-decyl phthalate, indicating a propensity to sorb strongly to particulate matter in aquatic environments. Sorption plays a key role in controlling the long-term fate

  • sorption of phthalate esters and pcbs in a marine ecosystem.

    Sorption of phthalate esters and PCBs in a marine ecosystem.

    Sorption of phthalate esters and PCBs in a marine ecosystem. Mackintosh CE(1), Maldonado JA, Ikonomou MG, Gobas FA. Author information: (1)School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada V5A 1S6.

  • sorption of phthalate esters and pcbs in a marine ecosystem

    Sorption of Phthalate Esters and PCBs in a Marine Ecosystem

    Request PDF | Sorption of Phthalate Esters and PCBs in a Marine Ecosystem | Dialkyl phthalate esters (DPEs) are widely used industrial chemicals with octanol-seawater partition coefficients

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  • microplastics release phthalate esters and cause aggravated

    Microplastics release phthalate esters and cause aggravated

    Phthalate esters (PAEs), as common plasticizers, are widely used in many commodities such as toys, food packaging, detergents, and personal care products, leading to PAEs contamination worldwide (Net et al., 2015, Wormuth et al., 2006). The ubiquity of MPs and PAEs in the environment makes them inevitable to encounter each other and cause

  • sorption removal of phthalate esters and bisphenols to

    Sorption removal of phthalate esters and bisphenols to

    Sorption to biofilms was thought to be a crucial mechanism controlling the fate and transport of trace emerging contaminants. This study focused on the role of in situ colonized river biofilms in the early fate of phthalate esters (PAEs) and bisphenols (BPs) at trace concentrations in a representative urban river.

  • contamination of phthalate esters (paes) in typical

    Contamination of Phthalate Esters (PAEs) in Typical

    Environmental Pollution 195 : 16 - 23 . doi: 10.1016/j.envpol. 2014 . 08.014 PMID: 25194267 32. Mackintosh CE , Maldonado JA , Ikonomou MG , Gobas FAPC ( 2006 ) Sorption of phthalate esters and PCBs in a marine ecosystem . Environmental Science and Technology 40 : 3481 - 3488 . PMID: 16786683 33.

  • contents apr. 03, 2020

    Contents Apr. 03, 2020

    Biotransformation of Phthalate Plasticizers and Bisphenol A by Marine-Derived, Freshwater, and Terrestrial Fungi 2020-02-28 Phthalate esters (PEs, Phthalates) are environmentally ubiquitous as a result of their extensive use as plasticizers and additives in diverse consumer products. Considerable concern relates to their reported

  • aquatic toxicity of eighteen phthalate esters - staples

    Aquatic toxicity of eighteen phthalate esters - Staples

    Phthalate ester hydrolysis is a relatively slow process that may be influenced by steric hindrance due to the configuration of the alcohol side chain (e.g., 2-ethylhexanol) . Phthalate esters biodegrade both aerobically and anaerobically in aquatic environments. Longer half-lives may occur in anaerobic, oligotrophic, or cold environments.

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    dimethyl phthalate, 131-11-3

    PubMed:Sorption of phthalate esters and PCBs in a marine ecosystem. PubMed:Analysis of consumer cosmetic products for phthalate esters. PubMed:Analysis of ingested material and urine by GC-MS and 1H NMR spectroscopy: poisoning of an adult with adulterated soda. PubMed:[Catalytic oxidation of dimethyl phthalate in aqueous solution by aluminum

  • aquatic toxicity of eighteen phthalate esters - staples

    Aquatic toxicity of eighteen phthalate esters - Staples

    The vapor pressure of phthalate esters also decreases with increasing molecular weight and becomes negligible at ambient temperatures for phthalate esters with side chains having more than six carbon atoms [3, 4]. Water solubility, biodegradation, and sorption may influence the results of aquatic toxicity tests while hydrolysis, photolysis, and

  • publications - environmental toxicology research group

    Publications - Environmental Toxicology Research Group

    PBDEs and PCBs in migrating Steller sea lions (Eumatopias jubatus) in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada. Chemosphere, 88: 855–864. Ikonomou M.G., J.D. Blair, B.C. Kelly and F.A.P.C. Gobas. 2012. An Interlaboratory Comparison Study for the Determination of Di-Alkyl Phthalate Esters in Environmental and Biological Samples. Environ.