||Chemistry and Photochemistry of Low-Volatility Organic Chemicals on Environmental Surfaces.
Miller, G. C. ;
Hebert, V. R. ;
Zepp, R. G. ;
||Nevada Univ., Reno.;Environmental Research Lab., Athens, GA.
Aromatic hydrocarbons ;
Organic chemistry ;
Polycyclic compounds ;
Photochemical reactions ;
Fly ash ;
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons ;
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||Hydrophobic organic xenobiotics such as polychlorinated dibenzodioxins and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons have strong tendencies to sorb on environmental surfaces. The paper summarizes a workshop in which scientists and modelers assembled to discuss nonbiological processes that affect sorption to soil or sediment surfaces and on atmospheric particles. The 20 scientists discussed a variety of topics with a major emphasis on the fate of chlorinated dioxins. The topics include transformation processes, mobility of organic pollutants, fate of organics, and evaluative fate models. (Copyright (c) 1987 American Chemical Society.)
||Pub. in Environmental Science and Technology, v21 n12 p1164-1167 Dec 87. Sponsored by Environmental Research Lab., Athens, GA.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Chemistry and Photochemistry of Low-Volatility Organic Chemicals on Environmental Surfaces.
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||99A; 99D; 99E; 68D; 68E
||PC A02/MF A01