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|Title:||Alternatives for the Determination of the Soil Adsorption Coefficient, Koc, of Non-Ionic Organic Compounds. A Review.|
|Authors:||GAWLIK Bernd manfred; SOTIRIOU Nikolaos; FEICHT E.; SCHULTE-HOSTEDE S.; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelm|
|Citation:||Chemosphere vol. 34 p. 2525-2551|
|Type:||Articles in Journals|
|Abstract:||In this paper more than 35 existing relationships for Koc estimations have been reviewed and divided into four categories. Among the listed approaches RP-HPLC-screening and the use of molecular connectivity indices seem to have the highest potential for an accurate Koc prediction. Other methods using the n-octagonal water partition coefficient or the chemical's water solubility showed a poorer degree of correlation or were limited to very specific groups of compounds. Due to the fact that a broad application of the proposed approaches is limited by the quality and comparability of the underlying experimental Koc values reference soils are postulated to create a common basis for the comparison of soil adsorption coefficients.|
|JRC Institute:||Joint Research Centre Historical Collection|
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