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  • TAML activators promise a novel water treatment approach by efficiently catalysing peroxide-based degradation of chemicals of high concern at environmental concentrations. Green design ethics demands an exploration of TAML toxicity. Exposure to high concentrations of certain activators caused adverse effects in zebrafish. At typical TAML operational concentrations, development was not perturbed.
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  • Truong, L., DeNardo, M. A., Kundu, S., Collins, T. J., & Tanguay, R. L. (2013). Zebrafish assays as developmental toxicity indicators in the green design of TAML oxidation catalysts. Green Chemistry, 15(9), 2339-2343. doi:10.1039/C3GC40376A
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  • These studies were partially supported by National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), R01 ES016896, P30 ES000210, P42 ES016465, and F31 ES019445. Carnegie Mellon authors thank the Heinz Endowments for generous support and SK thanks the R. K. Mellon Foundation for a Presidential Fellowship.
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