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. Une-Étude-menée-par-kawamoto and . Urano, 19S9) fut état de concentrations de chlorothatonil dans I'air d'un récipient hermétique (bouteille) contenant de I'eau saturée par du chlorothalonil (0.6 mg/l) de I'ordre de 5 pglm3 à25"C. Ces concentrations confirment celles de notre étude tout en sachant que la problématique posée n'est pas la même puisque les interactions du pesticide avec la matrice bois et avec la

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