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    Dissipation of triadimefon on the solid/gas interface.

    Chemosphere 2001 Nov;45(6-7):875-80
    FCT, Universidade do Algarve, Faro, Portugal.
    The dissipation of triadimefon, as pure solid and in the Bayleton 5 commercial formulation, was studied under controlled and natural conditions. Volatilization and photodegradation were shown to be the main dissipation processes. The volatilization results can be described by an empirical model assuming exponential decay of the volatilization rate. The filler of the commercial formulation is determinant for the volatilization but has little effect on the photodegradation rates. The main photoproducts were identified and a reaction mechanism proposed.

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