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Authors: Wang, KH Hsieh, YH Lin, CH Chang, CY
Citation: Kh. Wang et al., The study of the photocatalytic degradation kinetics for dichloroethylene in vapor phase, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1371-1384

Authors: Lin, KS Wang, HP Yang, YW
Citation: Ks. Lin et al., Supercritical water oxidation of 2-chlorophenol effected by Li+ and CuO/zeolites, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1385-1396

Authors: Vroumsia, T Steiman, R Seigle-Murandi, F Benoit-Guyod, JL
Citation: T. Vroumsia et al., Effects of culture parameters on the degradation of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and 2,4-dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) by selected fungi, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1397-1405

Authors: Jacquot, F Le Dreau, Y Doumenq, P Munoz, D Guiliano, M Imbert, G Mille, G
Citation: F. Jacquot et al., The origins of hydrocarbons trapped in the Lake of Berre sediments, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1407-1419

Authors: Chan, CM Lo, WH Wong, KY Chung, WF
Citation: Cm. Chan et al., Monitoring the toxicity of phenolic chemicals to activated sludge using a novel optical scanning respirometer, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1421-1432

Authors: Hsieh, CC Chang, KH Kao, YS
Citation: Cc. Hsieh et al., Estimating the ozone formation potential of volatile aromatic compounds invehicle tunnels, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1433-1444

Authors: Kuo, CE Liu, SM Liu, C
Citation: Ce. Kuo et al., Biodegradation of coplanar polychlorinated biphenyls by anaerobic microorganisms from estuarine sediments, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1445-1458

Authors: Haberhauer, G Temmel, B Gerzabek, MH
Citation: G. Haberhauer et al., Effects of elevated ozone concentration on the degradation of dichlorprop in soil, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1459-1466

Authors: Juan, CY Thomas, GO Semple, KT Jones, KC
Citation: Cy. Juan et al., Methods for the analysis of PCBs in human food, faeces and serum, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1467-1476

Authors: Wolska, L Wiergowski, M Galer, K Gorecki, T Namiesnik, J
Citation: L. Wolska et al., Sample preparation for GC analysis of selected pesticides in surface water, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1477-1486

Authors: Viraraghavan, T Slough, K
Citation: T. Viraraghavan et K. Slough, Sorption of pentachlorophenol on peat-bentonite mixtures, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1487-1496

Authors: Piao, MJ Chu, SG Zheng, MH Xu, SB
Citation: Mj. Piao et al., Characterization of the combustion products of polyethylene, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1497-1512

Authors: Moser, GA McLachlan, MS
Citation: Ga. Moser et Ms. Mclachlan, A non-absorbable dietary fat substitute enhances elimination of persistentlipophilic contaminants in humans, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1513-1521

Authors: Dettmer, FT Wichmann, H de Boer, J Bahadir, M
Citation: Ft. Dettmer et al., Isolation and identification of tetrabromobisphenol-S-bis-(2,3-dibromopropyl ether) as flame retardant in polyporpylene, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1523-1532

Authors: Thomas, GO Sweetman, AJ Jones, KC
Citation: Go. Thomas et al., Metabolism and body-burden of PCBs in lactating dairy cows, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1533-1544

Authors: Gagne, F Pardos, M Blaise, C Turcotte, P Quemerais, B Fouquet, A
Citation: F. Gagne et al., Toxicity evaluation of organic sediment extracts resolved by size exclusion chromatography using rainbow trout hepatocytes, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1545-1570

Authors: Gatermann, R Hellou, J Huhnerfuss, H Rimkus, G Zitko, V
Citation: R. Gatermann et al., Polycyclic and nitro musks in the environment: A comparison between Canadian and European aquatic biota (vol 38, pg 3431, 1999), CHEMOSPHERE, 39(9), 1999, pp. 1571-1571

Authors: di Domenico, A Alleva, E
Citation: A. Di Domenico et E. Alleva, Endocrine disrupting chemicals and human health - A workshop held by the Istituto Superiore di Sanita in Rome, Italy - 25-27 November, 1997 - Preface, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1225-1225

Authors: Kavlock, RJ
Citation: Rj. Kavlock, Overview of endocrine in the disruptor research activity United States, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1227-1236

Authors: Taylor, MR Harrison, PTC
Citation: Mr. Taylor et Ptc. Harrison, Ecological effects of endocrine disruption: Current evidence and research priorities, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1237-1248

Authors: Silvestroni, L Palleschi, S
Citation: L. Silvestroni et S. Palleschi, Effects of organochlorine xenobiotics of human spermatozoa, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1249-1252

Authors: Younes, M
Citation: M. Younes, Specific issues in health risk assessment of endocrine disrupting chemicals and international activities, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1253-1257

Authors: Puopolo, M Santucci, D Chiarotti, F Alleva, E
Citation: M. Puopolo et al., Behavioural effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on laboratory rodents: Statistical methodologies and an application concerning developmental PCB exposure, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1259-1271

Authors: Fossi, MC Casini, S Marsili, L
Citation: Mc. Fossi et al., Nondestructive biomarkers of exposure to disrupting chemicals in endangered species endocrine of wildlife, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1273-1285

Authors: Barlow, SM
Citation: Sm. Barlow, Dilemmas facing regulatory and advisory bodies dealing with conflicting results, CHEMOSPHERE, 39(8), 1999, pp. 1287-1292
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