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Special Issue "Gaseous and Airborne Emerging Pollutants in the Public Health Protection: Analyses, Levels and Effects"

A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601). This special issue belongs to the section "Environmental Science and Engineering".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 July 2019) | Viewed by 507

Special Issue Editors

Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Food Sciences (DiAAA), University of Molise, Via F. De Sanctis, I-86100 Campobasso, Italy
Interests: phthalates; bisphenol-A; plasticizers; microplastics; environment; human health; endocrine disruptors
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Environmental pollution, regardless of the matrix considered, remains an important issue in life sciences. Particularly, pollution episodes due to pollutants such as Polyciclyc Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), dioxins, PolyChlorinated Bphenyls (PCBs), and heavy metals (e.g., Ni, Pb, Hg, As) are well-known and studied from both an analytical and toxicological point of view. Attention is currently focused on emerging pollutants (e.g., ammonia, formaldehyde, ultrafine particles, metals (e.g., La and Be), nanomaterials, etc.) due to their worldwide use and their widespread diffusion. Electronic industries, refinery processes, and the precision industry are all in need of new materials or highly technologically advanced materials for their markets. The associated problems to this are related to the occurrence of new pathologies coming from individual or collective exposure.

The possibility to identify these new emerging pollutants is particularly important for protecting public health. This Special Issue would like to investigate emerging pollutants during their use, pointing out the analytical steps regarding the sampling, the determination, and the levels, their occurrence in environmental matrices, and their effects on human health, as well as evidencing their (unknown) role in toxicological studies. The monitoring of new parameters is a further chance to prevent dangerous effects on human health.

Analytical, toxicological, and epidemiological studies are welcome, as well as reviews on such topics.

Dr. Pasquale Avino
Prof. Matteo Vitali
Guest Editors

Manuscript Submission Information

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  • pollutants
  • airborne
  • gaseous
  • nanomaterials
  • nanotechnology
  • sources
  • sampling
  • sensors
  • biosensors
  • determination
  • levels
  • occurrence
  • fate
  • indoor
  • outdoor
  • meteorological conditions
  • exposure
  • risk assessment
  • public health

Published Papers

There is no accepted submissions to this special issue at this moment.
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