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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Kralchevska RP, Milanova MM, Hristova IL, Todorovsky DS
Article Title: Some endocrine disrupting compounds in the environment and possibilities for their removal / degradation.
Publication date: 2013
Journal: Bulgarian Chemical Communications
Volume: 45
Issue: (2)
Page numbers: 131-143.
Alternative URL: http://www.bcc.bas.bg/BCC_Volumes/Volume_45_Number_2_2013/Volume_45_Number_2_2013_PDF/BCC-54-2-131-143.pdf

Abstract: The paper presents a review of literature data on the occurrence of endocrine disruption compounds in the effluents from wastewaters treatment plants, surface, underground and drinking waters and sediments. General data concerning their action on the living organisms (mainly fish) are given. The peculiarities of the methods for removal/degradation of the pollutants via adsorption, ozonation, biodegradation, photolysis and photocatalysis are considered.
Template and target information: Review - removal or destruction of encrine disruptors
Author keywords: environmental pollution, estrogens, photolysis, Photocatalysis, TIO2


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