Der Pharma Chemica
Journal for Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Computational Chemistry


Potentional toxic risk from the nano- and microparticles in the atmospheric suspension of Russky Island (Vladivostok)

Author(s): V.A. Drozd, A.S. Kholodov, A.I. Agoshkov, V.I. Petukhov, Ya.Yu. Blinovskaya, V.P. Lushpey, Yu.A. Vasyanovich, S.F. Solomennik, A.A. Fatkulin, V.V. Slesarenko, A.N. Minaev, A.N. Gulkov and K.S. Golokhvast

The results of the study of particles in atmospheric suspensions contained in the snow cover of the Russky Island (Vladivostok), including the territory of the campus of Far Eastern Federal University (2014/2015 winter season), are presented in the paper. The increase in the concentration of suspended particles sized under 10 μm is registered in different areas of the island: at the campus of Far Eastern Federal University, in Canal settlement and near the Primorsky Aquarium. Particles sized under 1 μm were found at all five sampling stations in concentrations from 3.3 to 9.3%. This is due to the increase of anthropogenic pressure on the Russky Island which is an unfavorable prognostic factor.

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