Biotransformations of chloroguaiacols, chlorocatechols, and chloroveratroles in sediments.

@article{Remberger1986BiotransformationsOC,
  title={Biotransformations of chloroguaiacols, chlorocatechols, and chloroveratroles in sediments.},
  author={Mats Remberger and Ann Sofie Allard and Avril Neilson},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={552-8}
}
The occurrence of trichloro- and tetrachloroguaiacols, -catechols, and -veratroles and their transformation was studied in freshwater and brackish water sediments putatively exposed to bleachery discharge. The samples contained both chloroguaiacols and chlorocatechols, of which >90% could not be removed by simple extraction. The bound concentrations varied… CONTINUE READING