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Adsorption Pattern of the Herbicide, Bentazon and Its Metabolites on Soil
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Adsorption Pattern of the Herbicide, Bentazon and Its Metabolites on Soil
Kim, Jong-Soo; Kim, Jang-Eok;
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In order to elucidate the adsorption mechanism of the herbicide, bentazon and its metabolites on soil, their adsorption patterns on soil and six adsorbents were investigated with Freundlich, Langmuir and linear isotherm. Freundlich constants () and maximum adsorption amount() of bentazon on soil was 0.55 and 3.97. Kd and Koc values of it were 0.18 and 18. The all of metabolites used except deisopropylbentazon amounts sorbed on the soil were much higher than bentazon. The most of 8-hydroxybentazon was adsorbed on soil showing
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