Scientific Resources

ZeroPM Scientific Publications

A list of scientific publications that ZeroPM has contributed to can be found below. Last updated Nov. 18, 2022.

Hale, S. E., Kalantzi, O. I., & Arp, H. P. H. (2022). Introducing the EU project ZeroPM: zero pollution of persistent, mobile substances. Environmental Sciences Europe34(1), 1-3.

Arp, H. P. H., & Hale, S. E. (2022). Assessing the Persistence and Mobility of Organic Substances to Protect Freshwater Resources. ACS Environmental Au. 2(6),482-509

Mohammed Taha, H., Aalizadeh, R., Alygizakis, N., Antignac, J. P., Arp, H. P. H., Bade, R., … & Schymanski, E. L. (2022). The NORMAN Suspect List Exchange (NORMAN-SLE): facilitating European and worldwide collaboration on suspect screening in high resolution mass spectrometryEnvironmental Sciences Europe34(1), 1-26.

Rillig, M. C., Kim, S. W., Schäffer, A., Sigmund, G., Groh, K. J., & Wang, Z. (2022). About “Controls” in Pollution-Ecology Experiments in the AnthropoceneEnvironmental Science & Technology56(17), 11928-11930.

Almroth, B. C., Cornell, S. E., Diamond, M. L., de Wit, C. A., Fantke, P., & Wang, Z. (2022). Understanding and addressing the planetary crisis of chemicals and plasticsOne Earth5(10), 1070-1074.

Huang, C., Jin, B., Han, M., Zhang, G., & Arp, H. P. H. (2022). Identifying persistent, mobile and toxic (PMT) organic compounds detected in shale gas wastewaterScience of The Total Environment, 159821.

Sánchez-Cruz, N., & Schymanski, E. L. (2022). Paths to Cheminformatics: Q&A with Norberto Sánchez-Cruz and Emma SchymanskiJournal of Cheminformatics14(1), 1-5.

Cousins, I. T., Johansson, J. H., Salter, M. E., Sha, B., & Scheringer, M. (2022). Outside the safe operating space of a new planetary boundary for per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)Environmental Science & Technology56(16), 11172-11179.

Charbonnet, J.A., McDonough, C.A., Xiao, F., Schwichtenberg, T., Cao, D., Kaserzon, S., Thomas, K.V., Dewapriya, P., Place, B.J., Schymanski, E.L. and Field, J.A., 2022. Communicating confidence of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substance identification via high-resolution mass spectrometryEnvironmental science & technology letters9(6), pp.473-481.

Göckener, B., Lange, F. T., Lesmeister, L., Gökçe, E., Dahme, H. U., Bandow, N., & Biegel-Engler, A. (2022). Digging deep—implementation, standardisation and interpretation of a total oxidisable precursor (TOP) assay within the regulatory context of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in soilEnvironmental Sciences Europe34(1), 1-9.

Barnabas, S.J., Böhme, T., Boyer, S.K., Irmer, M., Ruttkies, C., Wetherbee, I., Kondić, T., Schymanski, E.L. and Weber, L., 2022. Extraction of Chemical Structures from Literature and Patent Documents using Open Access Chemistry Toolkits: A Case Study with PFASDigital Discovery.

Arvidsson, R., Peters, G., Hansen, S. F., & Baun, A. (2022). Prospective environmental risk screening of seven advanced materials based on production volumes and aquatic ecotoxicityNanoImpact25, 100393.

Holmquist, H., Roos, S., Schellenberger, S., Jönsson, C., & Peters, G. (2021). What difference can drop-in substitution actually make? A life cycle assessment of alternative water repellent chemicalsJournal of Cleaner Production329, 129661.


ZeroPM on Zenodo
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ZeroPM on PubChem
The substances that ZeroPM researchers have prioritized for deeper research as part of prevention, prioritization and removal investigations are listed on the ZeroPM’s PubChem page. ZeroPM will add information on these substances via PubChem as part of ambition of Open Science and FAIR data.

External Databases and tools
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