Fluxes of trichloroacetic acid between atmosphere, biota, soil, and groundwater.

Abstract

Trichloroacetic acid (TCA), in former times used as a herbicide in agriculture, is now ubiquitous and almost evenly distributed in precipitations of the Northern and Southern Hemisphere, despite larger emissions of the possible precursors tetrachloroethene and 1,1,1-trichloroethane in the Northern Hemisphere. The permanent input of a herbicidal compound… (More)

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@article{Schler2003FluxesOT, title={Fluxes of trichloroacetic acid between atmosphere, biota, soil, and groundwater.}, author={Heinz Friedrich Sch{\"{o}ler and Frank Keppler and Isabelle Fahimi and Volker W Niedan}, journal={Chemosphere}, year={2003}, volume={52 2}, pages={339-54} }