Exposure of few layer graphene to Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri modifies the graphene and changes its bioaccumulation by other organisms

Carbon10.90
Volume: 109, Pages: 566 - 574
Published: Nov 1, 2016
Abstract
While graphene has substantial commercial promise, numerous aspects regarding its ecological effects such as its potential for bioaccumulation are not well known. 14C-labeled few layer graphene (FLG) was dispersed in artificial freshwater and uptake of FLG by Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri, an oligochaete, was assessed. After exposure for 36 h to a 1 mg/L FLG suspension, the FLG body burden in the organism was nearly 60 ng/mg (on a dry mass basis)....
Paper Details
Title
Exposure of few layer graphene to Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri modifies the graphene and changes its bioaccumulation by other organisms
Published Date
Nov 1, 2016
Journal
Volume
109
Pages
566 - 574
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