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  1. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, SSPOST 12

    Thermal decomposition of pesticides in the presence of oxygen. Part A: oxime carbamates

    SENNECA O.; SCHERILLO F.; CIARAVOLO S.; LIONETTI G.; NUNZIATA A.
    Institute of Research on Combustion, National Research Council, Naples, Italy.
    The present work is part of a series of papers (1-3) dealing with the breakdown of pesticides into different chemical species upon heating in the presence of oxygen. Heating up of pesticides in the presence of oxygen occurs when cooking poisoned ...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, SSPOST 13

    Thermal decomposition of pesticides in the presence of oxygen. Part B: benzimidazolyl carbamates

    SENNECA O.; SCAMARDELLA A.M.; CIARAVOLO S.; LIONETTI G.; NUNZIATA A.
    Institute of Research on Combustion, National Research Council, Naples, Italy.
    The paper addresses thermal decomposition under oxidative conditions of two largely used fungicides, belonging to the family of benzimidazolylcarbamates, namely Benomyl (methyl 1-(butylcarbamoyl)benzimidazol-2-ylcarbamate) and Carbendazim (methyl ...
  3. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, SSPOST 14

    Thermal decomposition of pesticides in the presence of oxygen. Part C: pyrethroids

    SENNECA O.; SCHERILLO F.; CIARAVOLO S.; LIONETTI G.; NUNZIATA A.
    Institute of Research on Combustion, National Research Council, Naples, Italy.
    The work is part of a series of papers on thermal degradation under oxidative conditions of different types of pesticides (1-3). In the present paper a set of six synthetic pyrethroids has been investigated as regards their degradation pattern and their ...
  4. CORESTA Congress, Paris, 2006, SSPOST 15

    Thermal decomposition of pesticides in the presence of oxygen. Part D: pesticides containing one aromatic ring

    SENNECA O.; SCHERILLO F.; CIARAVOLO S.; LIONETTI G.; MODESTIA F.; NUNZIATA A.
    Institute of Research on Combustion, National Research Council, Naples, Italy.
    The work is part of a series of papers on thermal degradation of different types of pesticides, including oxime carbamates (1), pyrethroids (2), benzimidazolyl carbamates (3). The paper addresses thermal decomposition under oxidative conditions of five ...