Organophosphate Esters in Air, Snow, and Seawater in the North Atlantic and the Arctic.

  title={Organophosphate Esters in Air, Snow, and Seawater in the North Atlantic and the Arctic.},
  author={Jing Li and Zhiyong Xie and Wenying Mi and Senchao Lai and Chongguo Tian and K. C. Emeis and Ralf Ebinghaus},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={51 12},
The concentrations of eight organophosphate esters (OPEs) have been investigated in air, snow and seawater samples collected during the cruise of ARK-XXVIII/2 from sixth June to third July 2014 across the North Atlantic and the Arctic. The sum of gaseous and particle concentrations (ΣOPE) ranged from 35 to 343 pg/m3. The three chlorinated OPEs accounted for 88 ± 5% of the ΣOPE. The most abundant OPE was tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate (TCEP), with concentrations ranging from 30 to 227 pg/m3… CONTINUE READING
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