Identify whether each of the following hazardous compounds will be more likely to serve as an electron donor or electron acceptor during biological degradation.

Identify whether each of the following hazardous compounds will be more likely to serve as an electron donor or electron acceptor during biological degradation.

a. TNT (a common explosive; suspected carcinogen, causes liver damage).

b. Trichloroethylene (used as a common degreaser and solvent; suspected carcinogen, causes liver damage).

c. Pyrene (a component of coal tar, crude oil, and soot; suspected carcinogen).

d. Triclosan (a common antibacterial for personal use now found in most rivers and streams – not sure of harmful effects but it does react to form a dioxin when exposed to light).

e. Carbon tetrachloride (used as a fumigant, industrial solvent; suspected carcinogen, causes liver damage).

f. Benzene (a component of gasoline; carcinogen).

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