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標題: 以固相微萃取技術評估土壤特性對芳香族化合物生物有效性之影響
Effects of Soil Properties on Bioavailability Assessment of Aromatics and PAHs with Solid Phase Microextraction
作者: 蔡惠評
Tsai, Hui-Ping
關鍵字: 萘固相微萃取技術;solid phase microextraction (SPME);生物有效性;毒性效應;苯與萘共存;bioavailability;benzene;naphthalene;multi-contaminants;toxic effect
出版社: 環境工程學系所
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本研究以單環芳香族化合物─苯(benzene)與雙環芳香族化合物─萘(naphthalene, Nap)為目標污染物,於不同實驗條件下,探討芳香族化合物生物降解情形並選用固相微萃取技術(Solid phase microextraction, SPME)預測污染物的生物有效性;探討實際生物降解量與生物有效性預測值之間相關性,期望能以SPME評估土壤受苯與萘污染之生物有效性。
由生物降解試驗結果發現,苯或萘污染濃度達5000 μg/g-soil會造成現地菌毒性效應,植種菌則未有毒性效應。當土壤質地為坋質壤土時受單一苯污染,微生物降解情形呈現二階段(快速降解-緩慢降解)趨勢;隨著土壤有機質含量與污染濃度的增加,微生物的遲滯期有增加趨勢,其中有機質含量的增加因污染物脫附速率為速率限制步驟,使得生物降解量與降解速率皆降低。

The objective of this study was to use Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) as a tool to assess the bioavailability of benzene and naphthalene in soil. The SPME extractable contaminants would be employed to compare to the actual biodegradable amount of contaminants. These experiments were conducted by a series of batch soil reactor with various conditions, including different soil textures, organic contents, multi-contaminants, and pollutant concentrations.
When benzene or naphthalene concentration reached 5000 μg/g-soil, toxic effect was observed in soils containing only indigenous microorganism. Experimental results indicated that when the sandy loam soil was contaminated by benzene, the biodegradation rate decreased with an increase in concentrations, but the biodegradation extents were remarkable enhanced with the addition of seeded microorganism. The bioavailability and the biodegradation rate of benzene in soils decreased with an increase in SOM contents.
The result of multi-contaminants (benzene and naphthalene) degradation tests showed that the soil textures and SOM contents had no effects on the bioavailability. However, the result demonstrated that the biodegradation extent of naphthalene was much higher than that of benzene and so of the biodegradation rate due to the properties of microorganisms and chemicals.
For all tested samples, the correlation between SPME extractable contaminants and biodegradable contaminants revealed that SPME overestimated the actual amount of biodegradation. Especially the result inferred that SPME could not properly estimate the bioavailability of benzene in soils contaminated by benzene only or by both benzene and naphthalene. Contrast with benzene, SPME is more accurate assess the biodegradeation of naphthalene
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