• Chemistry
  • Published 2010

Adsorption kinetics of carbamate pesticide in rice field soil.

@inproceedings{Khuntong2010AdsorptionKO,
  title={Adsorption kinetics of carbamate pesticide in rice field soil.},
  author={Soontree Khuntong and Sanya Sirivithayapakorn and Pannee Pakkong and Cheema Soralump},
  year={2010}
}
Ultrasonic extraction (75.55%) with petroleum ether:acetone (1:1, v/v) was employed for extraction of carbofuran in rice field soil. The amounts of carbofuran were determined by reverse phase HPLC. The analytical method provided high precision and accuracy with the relative error of 0.47%. The percentage of recoveries varied from 84% to 77% in the concentration ranges of 10–40 mg/L of spiked soil samples. The carbofuran residues in the rice field soil significantly decreased year by year… CONTINUE READING

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