Bioavailability of Cationic Surfactants [BCS] - Additional Material & Literature References

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Towards a better understanding of the bioavailability and partition behaviour of cationic surfactants Draft Final Report of the Contribution from IRAS (Utrecht University)

Preface This report summarizes the major outcome of the contribution of the Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) to the project “Towards a better understanding of the bioavailability and…
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    Y. Chen et al.
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    100 page report
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Towards a better understanding of the bioavailability and partition behaviour of cationic surfactants (Postdoc project at UFZ Leipzig)

Executive summary UFZ-Leipzig Postdoc project The main goal of this research project was to improve our understanding of the sorption processes of positively charged compounds (organic cations).…
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    S. Droge, Y. Chen et al.
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    50 page report
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Characterizing the Bioavailability of Cationic Surfactants using Passive samplers

Introduction
  • Cationic surfactants are widely used chemicals, and trace level have been detected in sediment monitoring
  • Free concentrations of cationic surfactants are lower, but difficult to…
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    Y. Chen et al.
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    Poster
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SORPTION OF CATIONIC ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN SOIL: DO CLAY MINERALS MATTER COMPARED TO ORGANIC MATTER?

Introduction Many pharmaceuticals, biocides, pesticides, surfactants and illicit drugs are positively charged at environmentally relevant conditions. Strong sorption to dissolved colloids and soil…
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    S. Droge & K. Goss
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    Poster
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How to model the sorption affinity of cationic organic compounds to natural organic matter?

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    S. Droge & K. Goss
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    20 page presentation at SETAC 2011 (Milan)
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