№6|2012

ОХРАНА ОКРУЖАЮЩЕЙ СРЕДЫ

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УДК 628.16/.31

Кофман В. Я.

Очистка воды и сточных вод от соединений с гормональной активностью (обзор)

Аннотация

В природной среде присутствуют разнообразные натуральные и искусственные вещества, которые оказывают воздействие на нормальную гормональную активность в организме животных и человека. Этот класс веществ объединяется термином «соединения с гормональной активностью». Дана классификация соединений с гормональной активностью. Приведены методы очистки воды и сточных вод от этих соединений: биоаугментация, мембранные технологии, адсорбция, окислительные процессы и др.

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