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Kim, S.-J.; Lee, H.; Kwon, J.-H. Measurement of partition coefficients for selected polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons between isolated plant cuticles and water. Sci. Total Environ. 2014, 494-495, 113–118.

56 compounds | Property logKcutw: Plant cuticles/water partition coefficient as logKcutw [L/kg(cut)]

ID Name logKcutw Ref Details
1 Acenaphthene i 4.27 [1] View
2 Phenanthrene i 5.19 [1] View
3 Anthracene i 5.2 [1] View
4 Fluoranthene i 5.89 [1] View
5 Pyrene i 5.98 [1] View
6 Benz[a]anthracene i 6.57 [1] View
7 Chrysene i 6.41 [1] View
8 Benzo[a]pyrene i 7.01 [1] View
9 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene i 7.55 [1] View
10 Benzo[ghi]perylene i 7.41 [1] View
11 Acenaphthene i 4.46 [1] View
12 Phenanthrene i 5.38 [1] View
13 Anthracene i 5.24 [1] View
14 Fluoranthene i 5.9 [1] View
15 Pyrene i 5.92 [1] View
16 Benz[a]anthracene i 6.5 [1] View
17 Chrysene i 6.45 [1] View
18 Benzo[a]pyrene i 6.94 [1] View
19 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene i 7.51 [1] View
20 Benzo[ghi]perylene i 7.63 [1] View
21 Methanol -1.15 [2] View
22 Phenol 1.51 [2] View
23 Phenol 1.58 [2] View
24 Phenol 1.59 [2] View
25 Metribuzin 1.48 [3] View
26 4-Chlorophenol 2.09 [4] View
27 4-Chlorophenol 2.07 [4] View
28 4-Chlorophenol 2.06 [4] View
29 4-Chlorophenol 1.5 [4] View
30 Atrazine 2.15 [2] View
31 Atrazine 2.16 [2] View
32 Atrazine 2.12 [2] View
33 Atrazine 2.19 [2] View
34 Atrazine 1.9 [3] View
35 Triadimenol 3.37 [2] View
36 Triadimenol 3.26 [2] View
37 Triadimenol 3.37 [2] View
38 Triadimenol 3.37 [2] View
39 Bitertanol 3.77 [2] View
40 Bitertanol 3.95 [2] View
41 Bitertanol 3.91 [2] View
42 Bitertanol 3.85 [2] View
43 Phenanthrene 3.82 [5] View
44 Pyrene 4.61 [5] View
45 Hexachlorobenzene 5.7 [2] View
46 Hexachlorobenzene 5.74 [2] View
47 Hexachlorobenzene 5.83 [2] View
48 Hexachlorobenzene 5.8 [2] View
49 Perylene 6.45 [2] View
50 Perylene 6.2 [2] View
51 Perylene 6.5 [2] View
52 Perylene 6.55 [2] View
53 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 7.22 [2] View
54 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 7.28 [2] View
55 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 7.32 [2] View
56 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate 7.48 [2] View

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