Anaerobical Biogeochemical Reactor to comprehencive processo of biological pesticides degradate at wetland soils in door.
Keywords:organofosforados, solos inundados, aparato biogeoquímico
The biogeochemical reactors are apparatus constructed to evaluations in controlled environments. When well-designed can be environmental technologies for in situ monitoring, as well as methodological support for ex situ analysis. The various models are based on knowledge in chemical engineering and includes chemical, physical and biological concepts, as well as the possible interactions between these basic fronts study. The objective of this work is to expose the possibilities of use of reactors in biogeochemical studies of degradation of organic pesticides in flooded soils and propose a design methodology for tests which have focused on anaerobic systems and degradation of organic pesticides.
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