Articolele autorului Silviu-Laurentiu Badea
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Enhanced open-circuit voltage and power for two types of microbial fuel cells in batch experiments using Saccharomyces cerevisiae as biocatalyst
Advances in enantioselective analysis of chiral brominated flame retardants. Current status, limitations and future perspectives

Enantioselective analysis is a powerful tool for the discrimination of biotic and abiotic transformation processes of chiral environmental contaminants because their environmental biodegradation is mostly stereospecific. However, it is challenging when applied to new contaminants since enantioselective analysis methods are currently available only for a limited number of compounds. The enantioselective analysis of chiral novel brominated flame retardants

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Enantioselective stable isotope analysis (ESIA) — A new concept to evaluate the environmental fate of chiral organic contaminants

Since 2011, the enantiospecific stable carbon isotope analysis (ESIA) has emerged as an innovative technique to assess the environmental fate of chiral emerging compounds by combining in one experimental technique both compound specific isotope analysis (CSIA) and enantioselective analysis. To date, the ESIA was applied for four classes of compounds: α-hexachlorocyclohexane (α-HCH), polar herbicides (phenoxy acids), synthetic polycyclic musk galaxolide

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Leachability and desorption of PCBs from soil and their dependency on pH and dissolved organic matter

pH affects both soil–water partitioning coefficient (Kd) of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dissolved organic matter (DOM), thereby influencing PCBs' leachability from contaminated soils. To explore these incompletely understood interactions, the leachability of 11 selected PCBs in a naturally aged soil was investigated in pH static leaching tests spanning a wide pH range (2 to 9). The Kd was calculated for each of the PCBs, based on their

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The influence of soil composition on the leachability of selected hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs) from soils using a batch leaching test

The influence of soil composition (peat and clay content) on the leachability was investigated in batch leaching experiments for chemically diverse hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs: PCP, PAHs, HCB, HCHs, PCBs, and TCDD/Fs). An experimental design was applied to generate 8 diverse soil matrices, and the results were evaluated by orthogonal projections to latent structures (OPLS), as well as compound specific response surface models. Overall, the

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Development of an enantiomer-specific stable carbon isotope analysis (ESIA) method for assessing the fate of alpha-hexachlorocyclohexane in the environment
Stable isotope fractionation of gamma hexachlorocyclohexane (lindane) during reductive dechlorination by two strains of sulphate reducing bacteria

Carbon isotope fractionation factors were determined with the dichloro elimination of γ-hexachlorocyclohexane (γ-HCH) by the sulfate-reducing bacteria Desulfococcus multivorans DSM 2059 and Desulfovibrio gigas DSM 1382. Both strains are known for cometabolic HCH dechlorination. Degradation experiments with γ-HCH in concentrations of 22−25 μM were carried out using benzoate (for D. multivorans) and lactate (for D. gigas) as electron donors,

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