Sorption and mobility of 14C-labeled imazaquin and metolachlor in four soils as influenced by soil properties.

@article{Weber2003SorptionAM,
  title={Sorption and mobility of 14C-labeled imazaquin and metolachlor in four soils as influenced by soil properties.},
  author={J. Barojas Weber and Elizabeth Mckinnon and L R Swain},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={51 19},
  pages={5752-9}
}
Aqueous batch-type sorption-desorption studies and soil column leaching studies were conducted to determine the influence of soil properties, soil and suspension pH, and ionic concentration on the retention, release, and mobility of [14C]imazaquin in Cape Fear sandy clay loam, Norfolk loamy sand, Rion sandy loam, and Webster clay loam. Sorption of [14C]metolachlor was also included as a reference standard. L-type sorption isotherms, which were well described by the Freundlich equation, were… CONTINUE READING