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Determination of direct and indirect photolysis rates of 2-chlorophenol in humic acid solution and natural waters



Determination of direct and indirect photolysis rates of 2-chlorophenol in humic acid solution and natural waters



Chemosphere. 25(5): 635-641



The first-order direct and indirect photolysis rate constants of 2-chlorophenol in humic acid solution and concentrated natural waters at pH:11 were determined at 313 nm. The relations between the surface values of overall photolysis rate constants and DOC were linear in all water samples as expected theoretically.

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DOI: 10.1016/0045-6535(92)90426-r


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