Alternatives for the determination of the soil adsorption coefficient, Koc, of non-ionicorganic compounds : A review

@inproceedings{Gawlik1997AlternativesFT,
  title={Alternatives for the determination of the soil adsorption coefficient, Koc, of non-ionicorganic compounds : A review},
  author={Bernd Manfred Gawlik and N. Sotiriou and Ernst Feicht and Sigurd Schulte-hostede and Antonius Kettrup},
  year={1997}
}
The determination of the soil adsorption behaviour of an environmental chemical is very important to the evaluation of potential dangers for man and nature. One of the major problems for European regulators working in the field of environmental protection and risk assessment is the lack of complete and comparable soil sorption data, e.g. Koc values. The large number of existing chemicals makes it necessary to develop and apply fast methods as an alternative to classical batch or column studies… CONTINUE READING

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