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2005 | 3 | 3 | 570-582
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Bioaccumulation study of acrylates in algae (Chlorella kessleri) by Py-GC and Py-GC/MS

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Acrylate monomers methylmethacrylate (MMA) and cyclohexylmethacrylate (CHMA) bioaccumulation has been determined in aquatic organism, algae (Chlorella kessleri). Algae were collected in amount of 0.4 mg and directly injected to the pyrolytical cell. In algae bodies accumulated monomers were analysed by pyrolysis gas chromatography (Py-GC) and pyrolysis gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry (Py-GC/MS). Traces of the accumulated monomers in algae body can be determined after 1-, 2-, 3-weeks of incubation. Maximum content of MMA was determined after 3-week of experiment, contrariwise in the case of CHMA after 2-week exposition. Relationship with pyrolysis temperature has also been studied.
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3
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3
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570-582
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1 - 9 - 2005
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1 - 9 - 2005
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  • Institute of Chemsitry, Faculty of Sciences, University of P.J. Šafárik, Moyzesova 11, 041 54, Košice, Slovakia, halasl@pobox.sk
  • Institute of Chemsitry, Faculty of Sciences, University of P.J. Šafárik, Moyzesova 11, 041 54, Košice, Slovakia
  • Institute of Chemsitry, Faculty of Sciences, University of P.J. Šafárik, Moyzesova 11, 041 54, Košice, Slovakia
  • Institute of Chemsitry, Faculty of Sciences, University of P.J. Šafárik, Moyzesova 11, 041 54, Košice, Slovakia
  • Faculty of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Technical University, Kolpašská 9B, 969 01, Banská Štiavnica, Slovakia
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