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Surface catalyzed degradation of carbamate herbicides on bentonites 2. chlorbufam



Surface catalyzed degradation of carbamate herbicides on bentonites 2. chlorbufam



Weed Research 25(2): 121-128



The chemical degradation of chlorbufam on various monoionic bentonites (Cu2+, Ag+) was investigated at room temperature. A chemical degradation pathway for chlorbufam was proposed.

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