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September 2013

Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDES) in eggs of domestic ducks from e-waste and scrap metal processing areas around Taizhou City, Eastern China

Labunska, I., Harrad, S., Santillo, D., Johnston, P. & Yun, L.  (2013)  Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDES) in eggs of domestic ducks from e-waste and scrap metal processing areas around Taizhou City, Eastern China.  Presented at Dioxin 2013: The 33rd International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants and POPs, Daegu (Korea), 25-30 August 2013

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Domestic duck eggs: an important pathway of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste and scrap metal processing areas in eastern China.

Iryna Labunska, Stuart Harrad, David Santillo, Paul Johnston, and Lai Yun (2013) Domestic duck eggs: an important pathway of human exposure to PBDEs around e-waste and scrap metal processing areas in eastern China. Environmental Science & Technology 47(16): 9258–9266

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