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Abiotic Hydrolysis of Sorbed Pesticides.
Abiotic Processes in the Degradation of Pesticides in Natural Waters.
Abiotic Transformation of Organic Chemicals at the Particle/Water Interface.
Abiotic Transformations in Water, Sediments, and Soil. Chapter 5.
Abiotic Transformations of Toxic Organic Chemicals in the Liquid Phase and Sediments.
Carbaryl, Propham and Chlorpropham: A Comparison of the Rates of Hydrolysis and Photolysis with the Rate of Biolysis.
Characterization of the Reducing Properties of Anaerobic Sediment Slurries Using Redox Indicators.
Chemical and photochemical transformation of selected pesticides in aquatic systems /
Chemical-specific parameters for toxicity characteristic contaminants /
Continuous Noninvasive Monitoring of Left Ventricular Function during Exercise by Thoracic Impedance Cardiography Automated Derivation of Systolic Time Intervals.
Correlation of Microbial Degradation Rates with Chemical Structure.
Degration of Selected Halogenated Ethanes in Anoxic Sediment-Water Systems.
Effects of Phenol Molecular Structure on Bacterial Transformation Rate Constants in Pond and River Samples.
Effects of Sediment Sorption and Abiotic Hydrolyses. 1. Organophosphorothioate Esters.
Environmental Research Laboratory : Athens, GA : 1993 highlights /
Fermentation Inhibition by 2,6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline (DCNA).
Halocarbon Hydrolysis Rates: A Search for Ionic Strength and Heterogenous Effects.
Homogeneous Hydrolysis Rate Constants for Selected Chlorinated Methanes, Ethanes, Ethenes, and Propanes.
Hydrolysis of Chlorostilbene Oxide. 1. Hydrolysis in Homogeneous Systems.
Hydrolytic Transformations of Organic Chemicals in the Environment.
Kinetic Studies of the Reduction of Aromatic Azo Compounds in Anaerobic Sediment/Water Systems.
Kinetics of Chemical Degradation of Malathion in Water.
Methoxychlor and DDT Degradation in Water: Rates and Products.
Microbial Transformation of Esters of Chlorinated Carboxylic Acids.
New Perspectives in Aquatic Redox Chemistry: Abiotic Transformations of Pollutants in Groundwater and Sediments.
New Perspectives on the Hydrolytic Degradation of the Organophosphorothioate Insecticide Chlorpyrifos.
Oxidation and Acidification of Anaerobic Sediment-Water Systems by Autoclaving.
Photochemical Transformation of the DDT and Methoxychlor Degradation Products, DDE and DMDE, by Sunlight.
Phthalate Ester Hydrolysis: Linear Free Energy Relationships.
Physical and Chemical Factors That Influence the Anaerobic Degradation of Methyl Parathion in Sediment Systems.
Potential species for phytoremediation of perchlorate /
Prediction of Buffer Catalysis in Field and Laboratory Studies of Pollutant Hydrolysis Reactions.
Relationship between Properties of a Series of Anilines and Their Transformation by Bacteria.
Singlet Oxygen in Natural Waters.
Structure-Activity Relationships in Microbial Transformation of Phenols.
Structure-Reactivity Relationships in Dehydrohalogenation Reactions of Polychlorinated and Polybrominated Alkanes.
Transformation Pathways of Hexachlorocyclopentadiene in the Aquatic Environment.
Use of Linear Free Energy Relationships and an Evaluative Model to Assess the Fate and Transport of Phthalate Esters in the Aquatic Environment.
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