Original paper

Quantification of Mercury Bioavailability for Methylation Using Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film Samplers

Volume: 52, Issue: 15, Pages: 8521 - 8529
Published: Jun 19, 2018
Abstract
Mercury-contaminated sediment and water contain various Hg species, with a small fraction available for microbial conversion to the bioaccumulative neurotoxin monomethylmercury (MeHg). Quantification of this available Hg pool is needed to prioritize sites for risk management. This study compared the efficacy of diffusive gradient in thin-film (DGT) passive samplers to a thiol-based selective extraction method with glutathione (GSH) and...
Paper Details
Title
Quantification of Mercury Bioavailability for Methylation Using Diffusive Gradient in Thin-Film Samplers
Published Date
Jun 19, 2018
Volume
52
Issue
15
Pages
8521 - 8529
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