Series Anthropogenic Compounds

Synthetic Musk Fragances in the Environment

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ISBN: 978-3-540-43706-2 (Print) 978-3-540-47900-0 (Online)

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    Pages 1-16

    The Role of Musk and Musk Compounds in the Fragrance Industry

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    Pages 17-28

    Synthetic Musks in Different Water Matrices

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    Pages 29-47

    Synthetic Musks in Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM), Sediment, and Sewage Sludge

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    Pages 49-84

    Synthetic Musks in Fish and Other Aquatic Organisms

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    Pages 85-104

    Synthetic Musks in Ambient and Indoor Air

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    Pages 105-121

    Synthetic Musks in House Dust

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    Pages 123-150

    Synthetic Musks in the Aquatic System of Berlin as an Example for Urban Ecosystems

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    Pages 151-188

    Synthetic Musks in Bioindicators: Monitoring Data of Fish and Human Milk Samples from the Czech Republic

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    Pages 189-211

    Biotic and Abiotic Transformation Pathways of Synthetic Musks in the Aquatic Environment

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    Pages 213-231

    Enantioselective Analysis of Polycyclic Musks as a Versatile Tool for the Understanding of Environmental Processes

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    Pages 233-244

    Bioaccumulation and Ecotoxicity of Synthetic Musks in the Aquatic Environment

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    Pages 245-257

    Musk Fragrances and Environmental Fate Models – HHCB as an Example for Model Refinements

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    Pages 259-280

    Toxicology of Synthetic Musk Compounds in Man and Animals

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    Pages 281-310

    Risk Evaluation of Dietary and Dermal Exposure to Musk Fragrances

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    Pages 311-331

    Recent Studies Conducted by the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) in Support of the Environmental Risk Assessment Process