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- von der Trenck, Karl Theo; Konietzka, Rainer; Biegel-Engler, Annegret; Brodsky, Jan; Hädicke, Andrea; Quadflieg, Arnold; Stockerl, Rudolf; Stahl, Thorsten
- Environmental sciences Europe 2018 v.30 no.1 pp. 19
- perfluorocarbons, etc ; biocenosis; drinking water; ecotoxicology; groundwater; groundwater contamination; human health; humans; risk assessment; soil; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... BACKGROUND: Per- and polyfluorinated chemicals (PFC) do not occur naturally in the environment and are, therefore, of anthropogenic origin. As a consequence of their wide range of everyday applications and their extreme persistence in the environment, PFC have become ubiquitous in nature and can, therefore, be detected in groundwater as well as in many other environmental matrices. The German Stat ...
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