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Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment
Alistair B. A. Boxall
|Statement||edited by Alistair B. A. Boxall|
|Series||Handbook of Environmental Chemistry -- 2P|
|Contributions||SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|ISBN 10||9783540882725, 9783540882732|
Biotransformation is the chemical modification (or modifications) made by an organism on a chemical compound. If this modification ends in mineral compounds like CO 2, NH 4 +, or H 2 O, the biotransformation is called mineralisation.. Biotransformation means chemical alteration of chemicals such as nutrients, amino acids, toxins, and drugs in the is also needed to render non-polar. Wackett, Lawrence P; Ellis, Lynda B. / Mechanisms of degradation of synthetic chemicals. Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment. editor / Alistair Boxall. pp. (Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Volume 2: Reactions and Processes).
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Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment detection, occurrence, effects and treatability of transformation products in the environment. Elucidates the risks of transformation products and of how to control them. see more benefits Modelling Environmental Exposure to Transformation Products of Organic Chemicals.
Analyzing transformation products of synthetic chemicals. Sandra Pérez, Mira Petrovic, D. Barceló. Pages Occurrence of Transformation Products in the Environment. Dana W. Kolpin, William A. Battaglin, Kathleen E.
Conn, Edward T. Furlong, Susan T. Glassmeyer, Steven J. Kalkhoff et al. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm. Contents: Part I Formation, Detection and Occurrence of Transformation Products Mechanisms of degradation of synthetic chemicals (Wackett) Predicting the Persistence of Organic Compounds (Howard) Analysing transformation products of synthetic chemicals.
The book also presents modelling and analytical approaches for understanding the occurrence, fate and effects of transformation products in the environment.
It is of interest to scientists in academia, the chemicals industry and regulators, as well as graduate students in Environmental Chemistry. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (: volumes: digital: Contents: Part I Formation, Detection and Occurrence of Transformation Products Mechanisms of degradation of synthetic chemicals (Wackett) Predicting the Persistence of Organic Compounds (Howard) Analysing transformation products of synthetic chemicals (Perez).
Transformation products of synthetic chemicals in the environment. [Alistair B A Boxall;] -- When a synthetic chemical is released into the environment it may. This chapter gives an overview of strategies used in the identification and analysis of environmental transformation products of three important groups of synthetic chemicals: pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products.
The subsequent transformation products pose considerable risk on the ecosystem and human health. However, for most currently used synthetic chemicals, the fate of their transformation products are yet to be elucidated, which forces most current risk assessment to focus on parent chemicals.
Environmental fate modelling of transformation products opens up the possibility to predict the likely presence of environmental transformation products in environmental compartments of interest and to point towards new, potentially relevant transformation products. The following processes have been identified to influence the fate of chemicals and its transformation products in the environment (Hu et al.
These are chemical degradation, biodegradation. This volume highlights the synthesis of PFCs, focusing on substances with improved application and environmental properties, which are a challenge for synthetic chemists. Further, modern mass spectrometric techniques for the detection and identification of biotransformation products.
Part I Formation, Detection and Occurrence of Transformation Products Mechanisms of degradation of synthetic chemicals (Wackett) Predicting the Persistence of Organic Compounds (Howard) Analysing transformation products of synthetic chemicals (Perez) Occurrence of Transformation Products in the Environment (Kolpin) Part II Exposure of.
Wackett L.P., Ellis L.B.M. () Mechanisms of Degradation of Synthetic Chemicals. In: Boxall A.B.A. (eds) Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment.
The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, vol 2P. Polyfluorinated Chemicals and Transformation Products (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry) which are a challenge for synthetic chemists. Further, modern mass spectrometric techniques for the detection and identification of biotransformation products of PFCs are described.
The sorption and leaching behavior of PFC in soil is also Format: Hardcover. [ ] Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment Download More Latest Stuff Visit -->> English | ISBN: | | pages | PDF | 9 MB (e.g.
industrial chemicals), data on the environmental risks of transformationproductscan be limited or non-existent. Use Winrar to Extract. And use a shorter path. The long-term goal of the basic science in synthesis is to develop the ability to create all the substances and organized chemical systems and transformations that are possible under the limits of natural laws, not just those that occur in Nature.
The importance of such an extension of Nature is clear in medicinal chemistry, for instance, but it is also part of the basic science of chemistry. Transformation Products of Emerging Contaminants in the Environment is a valuable resource for researchers and industry professionals in environmental chemistry, analytical chemistry, ecotoxicology, environmental sciences, and hydrology, as well as environmental consultants and regulatory bodies.
ic chemicals—pesticides, phar-maceuticals, biocides, and indus-trials—in the environment (1, 2). Consequently, the environment may be exposed to a mixture of the parent compounds and any resulting degradation products (degradates).
Recent advances in analytical method-ology and greater access to analytical stan-dards have advanced. The present manuscript compiles the most recent works related to the study of synthetic organic compounds (SOCs) in groundwater, with special focus on the occurrence of contaminants not or barely covered by previously published reviews, e.g., pesticide and pharmaceutical transformation products, lifestyle products, and industrial chemicals such.
Recent Advances in Environmental Risk Assessment of Transformation Products. Environmental Science & Technology45 (9), DOI: /es Damian E. Helbling, Juliane Hollender, Hans-Peter E. Kohler and Kathrin Fenner.Source: Transformation Products of Synthetic Chemicals in the Environment, Springer-Verlag, Volume 2, Part P, Berlin, Germany, p ().In Petroleum Engineer's Guide to Oil Field Chemicals and Fluids (Second Edition), Drilling fluids are mixtures of natural and synthetic chemical compounds used to cool and lubricate the drill bit, clean the hole bottom, carry cuttings to the surface, control formation pressures, and improve the function of the drill string and tools in the hole.