Elizabeth Downing

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Acephate is hydrolyzed to the degradates DMPT and RE 17,245. Acephate does not undergo photolysis. Soil microorganisms rapidly degrade acephate under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions. The products of this are RE 18,420, methamidophos, and DMPT. Acephate's metabolites are very weakly adsorbed to the soil. They will be readily leached but will be quickly(More)
The proper generation and preservation of digital data from Event Data Recorders (EDRs) can provide invaluable evidence to automobile crash reconstruction investigations. However, data collected from the EDR can be difficult to use and authenticate, complicating the presentation of such information as evidence in legal proceedings. Indeed, current(More)
The fungicide maneb is moderately soluble in water and undergoes hydrolysis. Its main products for hydrolysis and photolysis are EU, ETU, EBIS, and glycine. Microbial degradation of maneb represents a minor breakdown route. Aquatic metabolism yields the main products EBIS, ETU, and EU. A field dissipation study showed that maneb persisted in soil for one(More)
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