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Matrices from fire places - their possible ecotoxicity

ZLÁMALOVÁ GARGOŠOVÁ, H. PASÍRBKOVÁ, A. VÁVROVÁ, M.

Originální název

Matrices from fire places - their possible ecotoxicity

Anglický název

Matrices from fire places - their possible ecotoxicity

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en

Originální abstrakt

In case of fires burns many of inhomogeneous materials and arise many of various products of combustion . These products can enter to the ecosystem and negatively affect him. In this work were ecotoxicologically evaluated different matrices from fire places. Testing organisms were crustacean; Daphnia magna Thamnocephalus platyurus and Artemia salina and plants; Lemna minor and Sinapis alba. It was concluded that toxic to these organisms are matrices containing residues of surfactants. These are added to the extinquishing agents to improve foaming and thus extinguishing capability

Anglický abstrakt

In case of fires burns many of inhomogeneous materials and arise many of various products of combustion . These products can enter to the ecosystem and negatively affect him. In this work were ecotoxicologically evaluated different matrices from fire places. Testing organisms were crustacean; Daphnia magna Thamnocephalus platyurus and Artemia salina and plants; Lemna minor and Sinapis alba. It was concluded that toxic to these organisms are matrices containing residues of surfactants. These are added to the extinquishing agents to improve foaming and thus extinguishing capability

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@misc{BUT90450,
  author="Helena {Zlámalová Gargošová} and Adéla {Pasírbková} and Milada {Vávrová}",
  title="Matrices from fire places - their possible ecotoxicity",
  annote="In case of  fires burns   many of inhomogeneous materials and arise many of various products of combustion . These products can enter to the ecosystem and negatively affect him. In this work were ecotoxicologically evaluated  different matrices from fire places. Testing organisms were crustacean; Daphnia magna Thamnocephalus platyurus and Artemia salina and  plants; Lemna minor and Sinapis alba. It was concluded  that  toxic to these organisms are matrices containing residues of surfactants. These are added to the extinquishing agents to improve foaming and thus extinguishing capability",
  address="Czech Chemical Society",
  chapter="90450",
  institution="Czech Chemical Society",
  number="18",
  year="2011",
  month="august",
  pages="977--977",
  publisher="Czech Chemical Society",
  type="abstract"
}