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Fig. 22 a – c. T. T. Simoneit Fig. 23. Chemical structures of surfactants cited in the text 47 Fig. T. T. 7 Surfactants Surfactants (Fig. 23) represent one of the major and most versatile groups of organic compounds produced around the world . ) and personal care, 17% (soaps, shampoos, cosmetics). 8 million tons. Surfactants, natural [316, 317] or synthetic, change the solubility and physicochemical state of other environmental micro-constituents [318, 319] and influence their accumulation and spreading at phase boundaries .
A priority list for preventing the contamination of ground- and drinking waters by pesticides in Europe, which considers pesticides used in quantities Table 4. T. T. Simoneit over 50 tons per annum (and over 500 are underlined) and their capacities as probable or transient leachable substances, was published [171, 177, 180, 181] and is listed in Table 5. , France, Italy, Greece, and Spain ([168, 182, 183] Table 6). This list considers selected herbicides which can cause contamination of estuarine and coastal environments.
Improved reliability and robustness of a method is more likely achieved by efficient sample preparation than by some form of screening by a selective detector . 1 Recovery Measurements Recovery measurements are one of the most difficult aspects in organic analysis. These measurements are often completed, with the minimum number of replicate determinations over a limited concentration range, to justify optimistically the use of a method. Experiments designed to obtain the efficiency of the analytical method often implicitly assume that this also includes the efficiency of extraction from the matrix .
Actinides in the Environment by Arnold M. Friedman