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Behaviors of the Fungicide Procymidone in Soils
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Behaviors of the Fungicide Procymidone in Soils
Choi, Gyu-Il; Seong, Ki-Yong; Kim, Jeong-Gyu;
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 Abstract
This study was focused on adsorption, leaching, photolysis, and hydrolysis of the fungicide procymidone in soils. Adsorption type of procymidone on three different soil were well fitted to Linear and Freundlich isotherm. Distribution coefficients (Kd) were ranged from 2.75 to 12.18 and Freundlich isotherm Kf value , 1/n value . Desorption rates were (Namgye), (Jigog) and (Baegsan series) and desorption hysteresis were . Procymidone seemed to be stable to photolysis in acidic and neutral solutions but hydrolyzed rapidly in alkaline solution. Considering leaching properties procymidone mobility low in soils.
 Keywords
procymidone;adsorption;desorption;leaching;photolysis;hydrolysis;
 Language
Korean
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