Pesticide decontamination and detoxification / Jay J. Gan, editor ... [et al.] ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Inc.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Meeting
Other Authors: Gan, Jay J., 1963-
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : American Chemical Society, c2004.
Series:ACS symposium series ; 863
Table of Contents:
  • Detoxification and metabolism of chemicals by white-rot fungi
  • Microbial and photolytic degradation of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol
  • Biological detoxification of organophosphate pesticides
  • Evolution of new enzymes and pathways : soil microbes adapt to s-triazine herbicides
  • Detoxification of some halogenated pesticides by thiosulfate salts
  • Anodic fenton degradation of pesticides
  • Chemical detoxifying neutralization of ortho-phthalaldehyde : seeking the "greenest"
  • Electrochemical destruction of triclosan
  • Detoxification of pesticide in water using solar photocatalysis
  • Microbial degradation of atrazine in soils, sediments, and surface water
  • Bioremediation of atrazine-contaminated soil
  • Detoxification of pesticide residues in soil using phytoremediation
  • Remediation of halogenated fumigant compounds in the root zone by subsurface application of ammonium thiosulfate
  • Detoxification and destruction of PCBs, CAHs, CFCs, and halogenated biocides in soils, sludges, and other matrices using Na/NH₃
  • Comparison of atrazine and alachlor sorption, mineralization, and degradation potential in surface and aquifer sediments
  • Pesticide runoff and mitigation at a commercial nursery site
  • Impacts of surfactant adjuvants on pesticide availibility and transport in soils.