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Identification of some chlorinated pesticides by ultraviolet degradation
Willis Mast Kaufman
Written in English
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IDENTIFICATION AND MEASUREMENT OF CHLORINATED ORGANIC PESTICIDES IN WATER BY ELECTRON- CAPTURE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY By WILLIAM L. LAMAK, DONALD F. GOEELITZ, and LsRoY M. LAW ABSTRACT Pesticides, in minute quantities, may affect the regimen of streams, and beCited by: 2. The UV/free chlorine process forms reactive species such as hydroxyl radicals (HO•), chlorine atoms (Cl•), Cl2•–, and O•–. The specific roles of these reactive species in aqueous micropollutant degradation in the UV/chlorine process under different conditions were investigated using a steady-state kinetic model. Benzoic acid (BA) was chosen as the model by:
Mitchell, L. C.: Separation and identification of chlorinated organic pesticides by- paper chromatography. XI. A study of pesticide chemicals: Technical grades produced in and reference standards. J. Assoc. Official Agr. Chemi (). Google ScholarCited by: Chlordecone (Kepone®) is a synthetic organochlorine insecticide (C10Cl10O) used worldwide mostly during the and s. Its intensive application in the French West Indies to control the banana black weevil Cosmopolites sordidus led to a massive environmental pollution. Persistence of chlordecone in soils and water for numerous decades even centuries Cited by:
The main issues of chlorinated ethanes and ethenes biodegradation have been reviewed: anaerobic microbial bioremediation (Aulenta et al. ), the microbial degradation of chloroethenes (Bradley ), the biodegradation of a great variety of chlorinated aliphatic compounds in natural and engineered systems (Field and Sierra-Alvarez ), the Cited by: Pesticides with an LD 50 some insecticidal chlorinated hydrocarbons (e.g., lindane), OPs and MCs (carbaryl and chlorpyrifos), pyrethroids (deltamethrin), neonicotinoids (imidacloprid), and microbials (spinosad), but not any of the herbicides and fungicides listed in Table by:
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation Identification of some chlorinated pesticides by ultraviolet degradation Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Author: Willis Mast Kaufman. Journal of Chromatography, () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands CHROM.
13, Note Identification of chlorinated phenols as degradation products of chlorinated pesticides in biological materials M. SACKMAUEROVA-VENINGEROVA*, J. UHNAK, A. SZOKOLAY and A. KOCAN Research Cited by: 9.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Degradation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Pesticides in Milk and Butteroil by Ultraviolet Energy C.
LI and R. BRADLEY, JR. Department of Food Science and Industries, University of Wisconsin, Madison Abstract tIigh-intensity ultraviolet energy pro- duced by a carbon arc lamp will degrade organochlorine insecticides contaminating fluid whole milk or by: The toxicity of the chloroacetamides and photolysis products solutions of the chloroacetamide, produced by UV treatment, was evaluated with three standardized ecotoxicity assays (ISO,ISO,ISO, ).A summary of experimental conditions for the algal, daphnia and bacterial methods is given in Table daphnia and algal experiments were Cited by: rinated pesticide present in their blood, they will have some type of immunotoxicity effect.7 Adverse Effects of Chlorinated Pesticides Chlorinated pesticides as a class are insecti-cidal primarily via the neurotoxic action of disrupting ion flow, File Size: 1MB.
When first developed, chlorinated pesticides such as DDT, dieldrin, and mirex were received with open arms, quickly becoming popular as effective, economic agents against pests. But evidence began to mount that residues of these chemicals remained in the environment, not breaking down, often appearing in plants and animals.
By the late seventies many pesticides. Identification and ecotoxicity of degradation products of chloroacetamide herbicides from UV-treatment of water Article in Science of The Total Environment C. Most chlorinated pesticides have been banned for use in the United States; however some of these pesticides and insecticides are still in use around the world.
Our biggest routes of pesticide exposure are ingestion through our food from pesticide residue, and our drinking water as the chemicals leech through soil into drinking water reservoirs.
In addition UV filters can also suffer degradation through reaction with disinfectant agents, like chlorine used in swimming pools, giving origin to chlorinated by-products. Therefore some attention has been paid in the last years to the degradation of UV filters in aqueous by: Degradation and Persistence of Rotenone in Soils and Influence of Temperature Variations.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry56 (17), DOI: /jfh. DONALD G. CROSBY. Implications of Pesticide Photochemistry in Forestry Applications.
, DOI: /bkchCited by: Identification of some chlorinated pesticides by ultraviolet degradation by Willis Mast Kaufman 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Due to concern over the presence of trihalomethanes (THMs) and other chlorinated byproducts in chlorinated drinking water, alternative disinfection methods are being explored.
One of the alternative treatment methods currently being evaluated for potential use with small systems (less than people) is titanium dioxide (TiO2) photocatalysis. Using a combination of Cited by: METHOD B ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY SW is not intended to be an analytical training manual.
Therefore, method procedures are written based on the assumption that they will be performed by analysts who are formally trained in at least the basic principles of chemical analysis and in the use of the subject technology. One hundred and two basidiomycete strains (93 species in 41 genera) that prefer a soil environment were examined for screening of 1,1,1-trichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethane (DDT) biodegradation.
Three strains within two litter-decomposing genera, Agrocybe and Marasmiellus, were selected for their DDT biotransformation capacity. Eight metabolites; 1,1 Cited by: Microbial Degradation of Pesticides for Environmental Cleanup Fig. 2: Initial reaction in the metabolism of the organophosphate pesticides (a) diazinon (b) parathion and (c) coumaphos.
The chlorine concentration affected the BP3 degradation rate in both the chlorination and UV/chlorination reactions. The rate constants of BP3 in both the reactions increased linearly with increasing the chlorine dose at each investigated pH (Table 1 and Fig.
S5).According to the results obtained for BP3 degraded by chlorination, the apparent second-order rate constants Author: Young-Min Lee, Gowoon Lee, Moon-Kyung Kim, Kyung-Duk Zoh. Photochemistry of three chloroorganic pesticides, namely, lindane, pentachloronitrobenzene and methoxychlor, has been studied in methanolic media in the UV Author: J.
Łubkowski, T. Janiak, J. Rak, J. Blażejowski. he analysis of chlorinated pesticides (as stated in US Environmental T Protection Agency (EPA) Methods, and ) and polychlori-nated biphenyls (PCBs) (as stated in US EPA Methods and ), are some of the most common tests performed by environmental laboratories.
However, many laboratories struggle with them because the samples. Electrochemical Degradation of Triketone Herbicides and Identification of Their Main Degradation Products Article in CLEAN - Soil Air Water 43(7).
The identification of transformation products of pesticides in foodstuffs is a crucial task difficult to tackle, due to the lack of standards and scarce information available. In this work, we describe a methodology for the identification and structural elucidation of pesticide transformation products in food.
The proposed strategy is based on the use of liquid chromatography Cited by: • Chemical breakdown is the breakdown of pesticides by chemical reactions in the soil. • Photo degradation or Photolysis is the breakdown of pesticides by sunlight.
All pesticides are susceptible to photo degradation to some extent. • Hydrolysis: Water also degrades pesticides by dividing large molecules into smaller ones. Study of some UV filters stability in chlorinated water and identification of halogenated by-products by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry Article in Journal of Chromatography A ()