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Water pollution due to human activities produces sedimentation, excessive nutrients, and toxic chemicals, and this, in turn, has an effect on the normal endocrine functioning of living beings.Continue Reading
Micropollutants includes a wide variety of compounds in environmental concentrations of µg/L or ng/L. The presence and concentration of micropollutants, as pharmaceutical and endocrine disruptorsContinue Reading
  • Andrés Fernando Toro-Vélez, Carlos Arturo Madera-Parra, +4 authors Piet N L Lens
  • Engineering
  • 2017 (First Publication: 15 August 2017)
  • Bisphenol A (BPA) and nonylphenols (NPs), with a high potential to cause endocrine disruption, have been identified at levels of nanograms per liter and even micrograms per liter in effluents fromContinue Reading