New Evidence of Rubber-Derived Quinones in Water, Air, and Soil

Volume: 56, Issue: 7, Pages: 4142 - 4150
Published: Mar 22, 2022
Abstract
p-Phenylenediamines (PPDs) have been extensively used in the rubber industry and found to be pervasive in various environmental compartments for decades, while their transformation products and associated ecological and human health risks remain largely unknown. Herein, we developed and implemented a mass spectrometry-based platform combined with self-synthesized standards for the investigation of rubber-derived quinones formed from PPD...
Paper Details
Title
New Evidence of Rubber-Derived Quinones in Water, Air, and Soil
Published Date
Mar 22, 2022
Volume
56
Issue
7
Pages
4142 - 4150
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