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- Wang, Q.; Lemley, A.T.
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2003 v.51 no.18 pp. 5382-5390
- electrical treatment, etc ; carbamate pesticides; insecticides; insecticide residues; wastewater treatment; chemical degradation; detoxification (processing); electrodes; chemical reactions; iron; hydrogen peroxide; free radicals; biochemical oxygen demand; chemical oxygen demand; biodegradability; ecotoxicology; soil pollution; earthworms; hydroxyl radicals; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The competitive degradation of six carbamate insecticides by membrane anodic Fenton treatment (AFT), a new Fenton treatment technology, was carried out in this study. The carbamates studied were dioxacarb, carbaryl, fenobucarb, promecarb, bendiocarb, and carbofuran. The results indicate that AFT can effectively degrade these insecticides in both single component and multicomponent systems. The car ...