Impact of carbon nanotubes on the toxicity of inorganic arsenic [AS(III) and AS(V)] to Daphnia magna: The role of certain arsenic species.

@article{Wang2016ImpactOC,
  title={Impact of carbon nanotubes on the toxicity of inorganic arsenic [AS(III) and AS(V)] to Daphnia magna: The role of certain arsenic species.},
  author={Xinghao Wang and Ruijuan Qu and Ahmed A Allam and Jamaan S. Ajarem and Zhongbo Wei and Zuoyao Wang},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2016},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={1852-9}
}
As a type of emerging nanomaterial, hydroxylated multiwalled carbon nanotubes (OH-MWCNTs) may interact with other pollutants in the aquatic environments and further influence their toxicity, transport, and fate. Thus, evaluation of toxicity to arsenic in the presence of CNTs needs to receive much more attention. The present study was conducted to explore the underlying mechanisms of OH-MWCNT-induced arsenic (As[III] and As[V]) toxicity changes in the aquatic organism Daphnia magna at different… CONTINUE READING
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