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Triclosan, Antibacterial Agent: Harmful To Environment And Human Health

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Saif Al Ghais, Dr Vibha Bhardwaj and Pramod Kumbhar
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Antibacterial agents are extremely common in everyday products, such as toothpastes, facial cleansers, hand soaps, body washes, cosmetics, and numerous other products. Aquatic ecosystems are continuously contaminated by regulated, multi treatment plants after consumption and use by humans and animals. One antibacterial agent under scrutiny at this time is triclosan (TCS). Triclosan, an antibacterial agent, receive increased attention worldwide since significant levels of contamination have been found in various environmental compartments and organisms. Industries are now avoiding the use quantities can pose a severe risk to marine life in aquatic ecosystems. The purpose of this research was to develop an efficient, eco (GC-MS) method to detect t The experimental conditions, such as column temperature, solvents, flow rate, analytes extraction methods, and experimental procedure, were all optimized to find the best experimenta detecting triclosan in the samples. The ability to detect triclosan in personal care products, as well as in pool and river water samples, will hopefully encourage consumers to reduce or avoid the use of triclosan containing products. Usin triclosan in the soaps and tiles cleaner were found 0.043% (w/w). The average concentrations in the toothpaste, basin cleaner and detergents samples were 0.021% (w/w), 0.020%(w/w) and 0.024% (w/w), 0.010% (w/w) respectively. manufactured household and personal care products (PCPs). Non -purpose PCP contaminants enter aquatic systems through sewage/ wastewater -friendly, sensitive, rapid Gas chromatography riclosan in toothpaste, soap, tiles cleaner, basin cleaner and detergent. g the optimized method developed, the average concentration of - of triclosan, since very minute -mass spectrometry l conditions for

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