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- Liu, Wang-Rong, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Environmental pollution 2015 v.200 pp. 53-63
- aquatic environment; biocides; carbendazim; cities; deet; gross domestic product; methylparaben; municipal wastewater; nitrogen content; phosphorus; risk; risk assessment; rivers; sediments; spatial distribution; surface water; China; East China Sea; Yangtze River
- ... Nineteen biocides were investigated in the Yangtze River to understand their spatiotemporal distribution, mass loads and ecological risks. Fourteen biocides were detected, with the highest concentrations up to 166 ng/L for DEET in surface water, and 54.3 ng/g dry weight (dw) for triclocarban in sediment. The dominant biocides were DEET and methylparaben, with their detection frequencies of 100% in ...