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Aquatic ecotoxicity effect of engineered aminoclay nanoparticles

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Keywords
  • In The Present Study The Short Term Aquatic Ecotoxicity Of Water-Solubilized Aminoclay Nanoparticles
  • An Ecotoxicological Evaluation Was Carried Out Utilizing Standard Test Organisms Of Different Phyla
  • The Crustacean Daphnia Magna And The Bioluminescent Marine Bacteria Vibrio Fisheri
  • The Effective Inhibitory Concentration (Ec50) With 95% Confidence Limits For The Microalga Was 1
  • 29 Mg/L (0
  • 72–1
  • 82) For The Average Growth Rate And 0
  • 26 Mg/L (0
  • 23–0
  • 31) For The Cell Yield
  • The Entrapping Of Algal Cells In Aggregates Of Anp May Play A Major Role In The Growth Inhibition Of
  • Subcapitata
  • No Inhibition Was Observed For V
  • Fisheri Up To 25
  • 000 Mg/L (No Observed Effect Concentration
  • Noec)
  • For D
  • Magna No Immobilization Was Observed In A Limit Test With 100 Mg/L In 24 H While In 48 H A Single An
  • Correspondingly
  • The Noecof Anp In 24 H Was 100 Mg/L And The Lowest Observed Effect Concentration (Loec) For 48 H Was
  • Therefore It Can Be Considered To Use Anp As An Algal-Inhibition Agent At Concentrations &Lt
  • 100 Mg/L Without Affecting Or Only Mildly Affecting Other Organisms Including Zooplanktons
  • But Further Studies On The Environmental Fate And Chronic Toxicity Of Anp Is Needed To Confirm This
Disciplines
  • Engineering
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacology

Abstract

Aquatic ecotoxicity effect of engineered aminoclay nanoparticles - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Aquatic ecotoxicity effect of engineered aminoclay nanoparticles - DTU Orbit (16/05/14) Choi M-H, Hwang Y, Uk Lee H, Kim B, Lee G-W, Andersen HR, Lee Y-C, Suk Huh Y. 2014. Aquatic ecotoxicity effect of engineered aminoclay nanoparticles. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 102:34-41. Available from: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2014.01.005

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