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Clays and Clay Minerals
Mingelgrin, U.
Saltzman, Sarina
The adsorption-catalyzed degradation of parthion on clay surfaces is a hydrolysis process, proceeding either directly or through a rearrangement step. The rate and mechanism of degradation are dependent on the nature of the clay, its hydration status, and saturating cation. A mechanism for parathion degradation at absorption sites on clay surfaces, in the absence of a liquid phase, is proposed. Refs.
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SURFACE REACTIONS OF PARATHION ON CLAYS.
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Mingelgrin, U.
Saltzman, Sarina
SURFACE REACTIONS OF PARATHION ON CLAYS.
The adsorption-catalyzed degradation of parthion on clay surfaces is a hydrolysis process, proceeding either directly or through a rearrangement step. The rate and mechanism of degradation are dependent on the nature of the clay, its hydration status, and saturating cation. A mechanism for parathion degradation at absorption sites on clay surfaces, in the absence of a liquid phase, is proposed. Refs.
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