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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Fate Of Ivermectin In The Terrestrial And Aquatic Environment: Mobility, Degradation, And Toxicity Towards Daphnia Similis.
Author: Rath, Susanne
Pereira, Leandro Alves
Bosco, Sandra Maria Dal
Maniero, Milena Guedes
Fostier, Anne Hélène
Guimarães, José Roberto
Abstract: Ivermectin (IVM) is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic drug that is regularly employed in veterinary medicine. In this work, the sorption and desorption of IVM in two Brazilian soils (N1-sand and S2-clay) as well as its leaching capacity, dissipation under aerobic conditions, and degradation in aqueous solution by photocatalysis with TiO2 in suspension were evaluated. The kinetic sorption curves of IVM were adjusted to a pseudo-second-order model. The sorption and desorption data were well fitted with the Freundlich isotherms in the log form (r > 0.96). The Freundlich sorption coefficient (K F (ads) ) and the Freundlich desorption coefficient (K F (des) ) were 77.7 and 120 μg(1-1/n) (cm(3))(1/n) g(-1) and 74.5 and 138 μg(1-1/n) (cm(3))(1/n) g(-1), for soils N1 and S2, respectively. A greater leaching capacity of IVM was observed for the sandy soil N1 than for the clay soil S2. Under aerobic conditions, the dissipation (DT50) at 19.3 °C was 15.5 days (soil N1) and 11.5 days (soil S2). Photocatalysis with UVC and TiO2 in suspension resulted in the degradation of 98 % of IVM (500 μg L(-1)) in water in 600 s. The toxicity (Daphnia similis) of the solutions submitted to the photocatalytic process was completely eliminated after 10 min.
Subject: Brazilian Soils
Dissipation
Ivermectin
Leaching
Photocatalysis
Sorption
Titanium Dioxide
Citation: Environmental Science And Pollution Research International. v. 23, 2015-Nov.
Rights: embargo
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s11356-015-5787-6
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26578379
Date Issue: 2015
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