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Extrapolating photolysis rates from the laboratory to the environment



Extrapolating photolysis rates from the laboratory to the environment



Residue Reviews 85: 90-110



The development of laboratory procedures to determine pesticide photolysis in water is discussed. Factors considered include the absorption spectrum and quantum yield of the compound in each environmental matrix, the solar intensity at each wavelength, sunlight screening and the contribution of indirect photochemical reactions to the classification of the pesticide.

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