Steroidal aromatic 'naphthenic acids' in oil sands process-affected water: structural comparisons with environmental estrogens.

@article{Rowland2011SteroidalA,
  title={Steroidal aromatic 'naphthenic acids' in oil sands process-affected water: structural comparisons with environmental estrogens.},
  author={S. Rowland and C. West and David Jones and A. Scarlett and R. Frank and L. Hewitt},
  journal={Environmental science \& technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={45 22},
  pages={
          9806-15
        }
}
The large volumes, acute toxicity, estrogenicity, and antiandrogenicity of process-affected waters accruing in tailings ponds from the operations of the Alberta oil sands industries pose a significant task for environmental reclamation. Synchronous fluorescence spectra (SFS) suggest that oil sands process-affected water (OSPW) may contain aromatic carboxylic acids, which are among the potentially environmentally important toxicants, but no such acids have yet been identified, limiting… Expand
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