Bioaccumulation and Ecotoxicity of Synthetic Musks in the Aquatic Environment


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DIETRICH, Daniel R., Bettina C. HITZFELD, 2004. Bioaccumulation and Ecotoxicity of Synthetic Musks in the Aquatic Environment. In: The Handbook of environmental chemistry. 3(X), pp. 233-244. Available under: doi: 10.1007/b14125

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