Chlordane enantiomers and temporal trends of chlordane isomers in arctic air.

@article{Bidleman2002ChlordaneEA,
  title={Chlordane enantiomers and temporal trends of chlordane isomers in arctic air.},
  author={Terry F Bidleman and Liisa M Jantunen and Paul A. Helm and Eva Brorstr{\"o}m-Lund{\'e}n and Sirkka Juntto},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2002},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={539-44}
}
A 14-year data set (1984-1998) for chlordane compounds in arctic airwas examined to discern temporal trends. trans-Chlordane (TC), cis-chlordane (CC), and trans-nonachlor (TN) declined significantly (p < 0.001-0.02), with apparent times for 50% reduction of 4.9-9.7 y. The isomer fraction of TC = (TC/(TC + CC) also declined significantly (p < 0.001 -0.014) over the same time period. The enantiomeric composition of TC and CC was determined in air samples collected at arctic stations in Canada… CONTINUE READING
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