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EC number: 200-843-6
CAS number: 75-15-0
CS2 was measured in surface water and
sediment in a background location in a lake in the Swiss alps. CS2
concentrations in surface waters ranged between 12 and 150 µmol/L. In
the sediment the concentrations were higher, up to almost 400 µmol/L.
The origin of the CS2 was considered to
be biogenic (there are no anthoprogenic sources of CS2
in the wide surroundings). It was concluded that some bacterial
breakdown was occuring in the surface waters. CS2
was the only sulphur containing volatile compound that could emit to the
air. Other compounds were either broken down biologically or abiotically
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