Chemical toxicity correlations for several fish species based on the Abraham solvation parameter model.

@article{Hoover2005ChemicalTC,
  title={Chemical toxicity correlations for several fish species based on the Abraham solvation parameter model.},
  author={Kaci R Hoover and William E. Acree and Michael H. Abraham},
  journal={Chemical research in toxicology},
  year={2005},
  volume={18 9},
  pages={1497-505}
}
The Abraham solvation parameter model is used to construct mathematical correlations for describing the nonspecific aquatic toxicity of organic compounds to the fathead minnow, guppy, bluegill, goldfish, golden orfe, and high-eyes medaka. The derived mathematical correlations describe the observed published toxicity data to within an overall average standard deviation of approximately 0.28 log units. In the case of ester solutes, the descriptions were improved by introducing an indicator… CONTINUE READING

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