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Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from urban to rural soils: a case study in Dalian, China.
Bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of short chain chlorinated paraffins in a marine food web from Liaodong Bay, North China.
- Xindong Ma, Haijun Zhang, Zhen Wang, Z. Yao, Jingwen Chen, Jiping Chen
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 5 May 2014
The trophic magnification factor of ∑SCCPs was determined to be 2.38 in the zooplankton-shrimp-fish food web, indicating biomagnification potential of SCCPs in the marine ecosystem, and the TMF values of individual congener groups significantly correlated with their log KOW values.
Occurrence and gas/particle partitioning of short- and medium-chain chlorinated paraffins in the atmosphere of Fildes Peninsula of Antarctica
Congener-specific distribution and bioaccumulation of short-chain chlorinated paraffins in sediments and bivalves of the Bohai Sea, China.
Enhancement of hexavalent chromium reduction and electricity production from a biocathode microbial fuel cell
- Liping Huang, Jingwen Chen, X. Quan, Fenglin Yang
- EngineeringBioprocess and biosystems engineering (Print)
- 10 March 2010
This study is a beneficial attempt to improve the efficiency of biocathode MFCs and provide a good candidate of bioremediation process for Cr (VI)-contaminated sites.
Sources and seasonal variation of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in Dalian, China: Factor analysis with non-negative constraints combined with local source fingerprints
Enhancement of p,p'-DDT photodegradation on soil surfaces using TiO2 induced by UV-light.
Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in soils of the modern Yellow River Delta, China: occurrence, distribution and inventory.
Aquatic photochemistry of fluoroquinolone antibiotics: kinetics, pathways, and multivariate effects of main water constituents.
The photodegradation product identification and ROS scavenging experiments indicated that the FQs underwent both direct photolysis and self-sensitized photo-oxidation via *OH and (1)O(2).