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Differential thermal analysis applied to determine stability of volatile fungicides



Differential thermal analysis applied to determine stability of volatile fungicides



International Biodeterioration Bulletin 14(2): 57-60



Differential thermal analysis (DTA) was applied to determine the half life of transformation of volatile fungicides and from this their stability. Hence, their effective action per unit quantity in a given volume may be calculated. This work relates especially to the protection of electrical equipment. At a temperature of 30.degree. C and 100% relative humidity the half life of the compounds tested, when absorbed on to powdered asbestos, was of the following order: 2,4-dichlorophenol, 1 mo.; o-nitrophenol, 1.6 mo.; p-chlorophenol, 3.9 mo.; p-chloro-m-cresol, 9.2 mo.

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