Application of the Activity Framework for Assessing Aquatic Ecotoxicology Data for Organic Chemicals.

@article{Thomas2015ApplicationOT,
  title={Application of the Activity Framework for Assessing Aquatic Ecotoxicology Data for Organic Chemicals.},
  author={Paul Thomas and James Dawick and Mark Allan Lampi and Philippe Lemaire and Shaun Presow and Roger Albert van Egmond and Jon A. Arnot and Don Mackay and Philipp F J Mayer and Malyka Galay Burgos},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 20},
  pages={12289-96}
}
Toxicological research in the 1930s gave the first indications of the link between narcotic toxicity and the chemical activity of organic chemicals. More recently, chemical activity has been proposed as a novel exposure parameter that describes the fraction of saturation and that quantifies the potential for partitioning and diffusive uptake. In the present study, more than 2000 acute and chronic algal, aquatic invertebrates and fish toxicity data, as well as water solubility and melting point… CONTINUE READING
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