Comparative toxicity of arsenic compounds and their accumulation in invertebrates and fish.

@article{Spehar1980ComparativeTO,
  title={Comparative toxicity of arsenic compounds and their accumulation in invertebrates and fish.},
  author={R L Spehar and J T Fiandt and R L Anderson and D L DeFoe},
  journal={Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology},
  year={1980},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={53-63}
}
The toxicity of arsenic III, arsenic V, sodium dimethyl arsenate, and disodium methyl arsenate to stoneflies, snails, amphipods, and trout, and the bioaccumulation of these compounds were studied during a 28-day flow-through test. Daphnia magna were exposed for 21 days in static tests to determine life-cycle effects. All animals were exposed to concentrations of approximately 100 and 1000 microgram/L (as arsenic) of each of the compounds. Arsenic III, the most toxic compound, caused a… CONTINUE READING
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