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Photodecomposition Behaviors of Pesticides in the Source for Water Supply Using an Alumina Carrier-Titanium Dioxide Photocatalyst

By Seiichi Ishikawa, Bunko Cho, Shin Li, Yuji Okumura, Yoshikazu Iida, Teiji Tanizaki and Masayuki Higuchi

Submitted: April 18th 2011Reviewed: July 29th 2011Published: February 22nd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/33192

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Seiichi Ishikawa, Bunko Cho, Shin Li, Yuji Okumura, Yoshikazu Iida, Teiji Tanizaki and Masayuki Higuchi (February 22nd 2012). Photodecomposition Behaviors of Pesticides in the Source for Water Supply Using an Alumina Carrier-Titanium Dioxide Photocatalyst, Food Industrial Processes - Methods and Equipment, Benjamin Valdez, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/33192. Available from:

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