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Mikrobiolohichnyi zhurnal (Kiev, Ukraine : 1993)

[Anti-corrosive effect of pesticides in soil corrosion conditions].


PMID 11692682

Abstract

Effect of some sub-standard pesticides (Ramrod, Linuron, Simazin) with respect to corrosion-active groups of microorganisms: sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB), denitrifying bacteria (DNB), saprophytic bacteria (SB) and their inhibiting properties under the conditions of active corrosion have been studied to estimate a possibility to use them as biocide additions when producing protective materials. It has been shown that the sub-standard pesticides Ramrod and Simazin are promising for to be used as the biocides additions under the protection of bioresistant materials. It is supposed that inhibitors-biocides may be found in a series of compounds obtained under chemical modification of substandard pesticides Ramrod and Simazin.

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