Determining changes in new psychoactive substance use in Australia by wastewater analysis.

@article{Bade2020DeterminingCI,
  title={Determining changes in new psychoactive substance use in Australia by wastewater analysis.},
  author={Richard Bade and Jason M. White and Lynn Nguyen and Benjamin J. Tscharke and Jochen F Mueller and Jake William O'Brien and Kevin V. Thomas and Cobus Gerber},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2020},
  volume={731},
  pages={
          139209
        }
}

Occurrence and Transformation of Ephedrine/Pseudoephedrine and Methcathinone in Wastewater in China.

Previous wastewater-based epidemiology studies on methcathinone (MC), a controlled substance in many countries, attributed its occurrence in wastewater to its misuse. However, such attribution did

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