Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 5, Issue 1, Jan 2016, Pages 1 - 12
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
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Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils

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Ahmad,K., Rashid,N., Azhar,S., 2016. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils. Eurasian J Soil Sci 5(1):1 - 12. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
Ahmad,K.Rashid,N.,& Azhar,S. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
Ahmad,K.Rashid,N., and ,Azhar,S. "Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
Ahmad,K.Rashid,N., and ,Azhar,S. "Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
KS,Ahmad.N,Rashid.S,Azhar "Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
Ahmad,Khuram ;Rashid,Naghmana ;Azhar,Sundus Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012

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Ahmad, K., S. Rashid, N., S. Azhar, S., S.2016. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of chlorosulfuron in selected minerals and Pakistani soils. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 5(1): 1 - 12. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012

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Khuram Ahmad , Department of Environmental Sciences, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan & Department of Chemistry, Science Block, Research Complex, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Naghmana Rashid , Department of Chemistry, Science Block, Research Complex, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Sundus Azhar , Department of Environmental Sciences, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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Issue published online: 01 Jan 2016
Article first published online : 15 May 2015
Manuscript Accepted : 11 May 2015
Manuscript Received: 17 Mar 2015
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.2016.1.001-012

Abstract

Sorption and desorption efficiency of Chlorosulfuron that is sulfonylurea herbicide was checked by selecting different minerals and two types of Pakistani soils that were different on spatial scale. In Pakistan, sulfonylurea herbicide is being used against wide varieties of broad leaf weeds and for some grasses as well. Results obtained after the experimental work showed that adsorption co-efficient isotherm for Chlorosulfuron in tested soils data well fitted the Freundlich equation. In all the cases, slope n

Keywords

Chlorosulfuron, sorption, desorption, physicochemical properties

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References

Abdullah, A. R., Sinnakkannu, S., Tahir, N.M., 2001. Adsorption, desorption, and mobility of metsulfuron methyl in Malaysian agricultural soils. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 66: 762-769.

Afyuni, M. M., Wagger, M. G., Leidy, R. B., 1997. Runoff of two sulfonylurea herbicides in relation to tillage system and rainfall intensity. Journal of Environmental Quality 26: 1318-1326.

Ali, M. A., Baugh, P. J., 2003. Sorption–desorption studies of six pyrethroids and mirex on soils using GC/MS-NICI. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 83: 923-933.

Bailey, G. W., White, J. L., Rothberg, T., 1968. Adsorption of organic herbicides by montmorillonite: Role of pH and chemical character of adsorbate. Soil Science Society of American Journal 32: 222-234.

Borggaard, O. K., Streibig, J. C., 1989. Chlorsulfuron adsorption by selected soil samples. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica 39: 351-360.

Carter, M. C., Kilduff, J. E., Weber, W. J., 1995. Site energy distribution analysis of preloaded adsorbents. Environmental Science & Technology 29: 1773-1780.

Cason, R., Lester, W. R., 1977. Chemistry of two clay systems and three phenoxy herbicides. In Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 57: 116-118

Cessna, A. J., Donald, D. B., Bailey, J., Waiser, M., Headley, J.V., 2006. Persistence of the sulfonylurea herbicides thifensulfuron-methyl, ethametsulfuron-methyl, and metsulfuron-methyl in farm dugouts (ponds). Journal of Environmental Quality 35: 2395-2401.

Cheng, H.H., 1990. Pesticides in the soil environment—an overview. In: Pesticides in the Soil Environment: Processes, Impacts, and Modeling. H.H. Cheng (ed.) Soil Science Society America Book Series No. 2, USA.

Cozza, C. L, Woods, S. L., 1991. Reductive dechlorination pathways for substituted benzenes: a correlation with electronic properties. Biodegradation 2: 265-278.

Flores, C., Morgante, V., González, M., Navia, R., Seeger, M., 2009. Adsorption studies of the herbicide simazine in agricultural soils of the Aconcagua valley, central Chile. Chemosphere 74: 1544-1549.

Hemmamda, S., Calmon, M., Calmon, J. P., 1994. Kinetics and hydrolysis mechanism of chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron‐methyl. Journal of Pesticide Science 40: 71-76.

Hermosin, M. C, Perez-Rodriguez, J. L., 1998. Interaction of chlordimeform with clay minerals. Clays and Clay Minerals 29: 143-152.

Khan, M. H., Hassan, G., Khan, N., Khan, M. A., 2003. Efficacy of different herbicides for controlling broadleaf weeds in wheat. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 2: 254-256.

Konda, L. N., Czinkota, I., Füleky, G., Morovján, G., 2002. Modeling of single-step and multistep adsorption isotherms of organic pesticides on soil. Journal of Agriculture and Food Science 50: 7326-7331.

Kuwatsuka, S., Yamamoto, I., 1997. Degradation of the herbicide halosulfuron-methyl in two soils under different environmental conditions. Journal of Pesticides Science 22: 282-287.

Laird, D. A., Yen, P. Y., Koskinen, W. C., Steinheimer, T. R, Dowdy, R. H., 1994. Sorption of atrazine on soil clay components. Environmental Science & Technology 28: 1054-1061.

Marinas, A., Guillard, C., Marinas, J.M., Fernández-Alba, A., Aguëra, A., Herrmann, J.M., 2001. Photocatalytic degradation of pesticide–acaricideformetanate in aqueous suspension of TiO2. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 34:241-252.

Mishra,P.C., Patel, R.K., 2008. Removal of endosulfan by sal wood charcoal. Journal of Hazardous Materials 152: 730-736.

Monkiedje, A., Spiteller, M., 2002. Sorptive behavior of the phenylamide fungicides, mefenoxam and metalaxyl, and their acid metabolite in typical Cameroonian and German soils. Chemosphere 49: 659-668.

Nyström, B., Björnsäter, B., Blanck, H., 1999. Effects of sulfonylurea herbicides on non-target aquatic micro-organisms: growth inhibition of micro-algae and short-term inhibition of adenine and thymidine incorporation in periphyton communities. Aquatic Toxicology 47: 9-22.

Sabadie, J., 2002. Nicosulfuron: alcoholysis, chemical hydrolysis, and degradation on various minerals. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50: 526-531.

Sarmah, A. K., Sabadie, J., 2002. Hydrolysis of sulfonylurea herbicides in soils and aqueous solutions: a review. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50: 6253-6265.

Schneiders, G. E., Koeppe, M. K., Naidu, M. V., Horne, P., Brown, A. M., Mucha, C. F., 1993. Fate of rimsulfuron in the environment. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 41: 2404-2410.

Singh, A. K., Cameotra, S.S., 2013. Adsorption and desorption behavior of chlorotriazine herbicides in the agricultural soils. Journal of Petroleum and Environmental Biotechnology 4: 1-6.

Sprynskyy, M., Ligor, T., Buszewski, B., 2008. Clinoptilolite in study of lindane and aldrin sorption processes from water solution. Journal of Hazardous Materials 151: 570-577.

Stork, P. R., 1995. Field leaching and degradation of soil applied herbicides in a gradationally textured alkaline soil: chlorsulfuron and triasulfuron. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46: 1445-1458.

Tang, Z., Zhang, W., Chen, Y., 2009. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of monosulfuron in Chinese soils. Journal of Hazardous Materials 166: 1351-1356.

Ukrainczyk, L., Rashid, N., 1995. Irreversible sorption of nicosulfuron on clay minerals. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 43: 855-857

Verschueren, K., 2001. Handbook of environmental data on organic chemicals: Vol. 1 (No. Ed. 4). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Walker, A., Welch, S. J., 1989. The relative movement and persistence in soil of chlorsulfuron, metsulfuron‐methyl and triasulfuron. Weed Research 29: 375-383.

Wang, P., Keller, A. A., 2009. Sorption and desorption of atrazine and diuron onto water dispersible soil primary size fractions. Water Research 43: 1448-1456.

Wu.C., Zhang, S., Nie, G., Zhang, Z., Wang, J., 2011. Adsorption and desorption of herbicide monosulfuron-ester in Chinese soils. Journal of Environmental Sciences 23: 1524-1532.

Abstract

Sorption and desorption efficiency of Chlorosulfuron that is sulfonylurea herbicide was checked by selecting different minerals and two types of Pakistani soils that were different on spatial scale. In Pakistan, sulfonylurea herbicide is being used against wide varieties of broad leaf weeds and for some grasses as well. Results obtained after the experimental work showed that adsorption co-efficient isotherm for Chlorosulfuron in tested soils data well fitted the Freundlich equation. In all the cases, slope n<1 was resembling the C type curve and isotherm was nonlinear. Due to low adsorption, distribution co-efficient (Kd) parameters were also low. Results indicated that soil samples (silt loam) collected from northern hilly areas Ayubia, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa showed more adsorption for Chlorosulfuron herbicide i.e. 25.5% than the sandy soil of Multan Punjab. The major difference between the sorption capacities of both of the soil was due to the difference in soil organic matter and soil pH. Among both these factors, organic matter plays more significant role in sorption. Adsorption efficiency of synthesized compounds on different soil types of known composition can be predicted by the adsorption and desorption results of the present study.  

Keywords: Chlorosulfuron, sorption, desorption, physicochemical properties

References

Abdullah, A. R., Sinnakkannu, S., Tahir, N.M., 2001. Adsorption, desorption, and mobility of metsulfuron methyl in Malaysian agricultural soils. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 66: 762-769.

Afyuni, M. M., Wagger, M. G., Leidy, R. B., 1997. Runoff of two sulfonylurea herbicides in relation to tillage system and rainfall intensity. Journal of Environmental Quality 26: 1318-1326.

Ali, M. A., Baugh, P. J., 2003. Sorption–desorption studies of six pyrethroids and mirex on soils using GC/MS-NICI. International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry 83: 923-933.

Bailey, G. W., White, J. L., Rothberg, T., 1968. Adsorption of organic herbicides by montmorillonite: Role of pH and chemical character of adsorbate. Soil Science Society of American Journal 32: 222-234.

Borggaard, O. K., Streibig, J. C., 1989. Chlorsulfuron adsorption by selected soil samples. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica 39: 351-360.

Carter, M. C., Kilduff, J. E., Weber, W. J., 1995. Site energy distribution analysis of preloaded adsorbents. Environmental Science & Technology 29: 1773-1780.

Cason, R., Lester, W. R., 1977. Chemistry of two clay systems and three phenoxy herbicides. In Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 57: 116-118

Cessna, A. J., Donald, D. B., Bailey, J., Waiser, M., Headley, J.V., 2006. Persistence of the sulfonylurea herbicides thifensulfuron-methyl, ethametsulfuron-methyl, and metsulfuron-methyl in farm dugouts (ponds). Journal of Environmental Quality 35: 2395-2401.

Cheng, H.H., 1990. Pesticides in the soil environment—an overview. In: Pesticides in the Soil Environment: Processes, Impacts, and Modeling. H.H. Cheng (ed.) Soil Science Society America Book Series No. 2, USA.

Cozza, C. L, Woods, S. L., 1991. Reductive dechlorination pathways for substituted benzenes: a correlation with electronic properties. Biodegradation 2: 265-278.

Flores, C., Morgante, V., González, M., Navia, R., Seeger, M., 2009. Adsorption studies of the herbicide simazine in agricultural soils of the Aconcagua valley, central Chile. Chemosphere 74: 1544-1549.

Hemmamda, S., Calmon, M., Calmon, J. P., 1994. Kinetics and hydrolysis mechanism of chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron‐methyl. Journal of Pesticide Science 40: 71-76.

Hermosin, M. C, Perez-Rodriguez, J. L., 1998. Interaction of chlordimeform with clay minerals. Clays and Clay Minerals 29: 143-152.

Khan, M. H., Hassan, G., Khan, N., Khan, M. A., 2003. Efficacy of different herbicides for controlling broadleaf weeds in wheat. Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 2: 254-256.

Konda, L. N., Czinkota, I., Füleky, G., Morovján, G., 2002. Modeling of single-step and multistep adsorption isotherms of organic pesticides on soil. Journal of Agriculture and Food Science 50: 7326-7331.

Kuwatsuka, S., Yamamoto, I., 1997. Degradation of the herbicide halosulfuron-methyl in two soils under different environmental conditions. Journal of Pesticides Science 22: 282-287.

Laird, D. A., Yen, P. Y., Koskinen, W. C., Steinheimer, T. R, Dowdy, R. H., 1994. Sorption of atrazine on soil clay components. Environmental Science & Technology 28: 1054-1061.

Marinas, A., Guillard, C., Marinas, J.M., Fernández-Alba, A., Aguëra, A., Herrmann, J.M., 2001. Photocatalytic degradation of pesticide–acaricideformetanate in aqueous suspension of TiO2. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 34:241-252.

Mishra,P.C., Patel, R.K., 2008. Removal of endosulfan by sal wood charcoal. Journal of Hazardous Materials 152: 730-736.

Monkiedje, A., Spiteller, M., 2002. Sorptive behavior of the phenylamide fungicides, mefenoxam and metalaxyl, and their acid metabolite in typical Cameroonian and German soils. Chemosphere 49: 659-668.

Nyström, B., Björnsäter, B., Blanck, H., 1999. Effects of sulfonylurea herbicides on non-target aquatic micro-organisms: growth inhibition of micro-algae and short-term inhibition of adenine and thymidine incorporation in periphyton communities. Aquatic Toxicology 47: 9-22.

Sabadie, J., 2002. Nicosulfuron: alcoholysis, chemical hydrolysis, and degradation on various minerals. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50: 526-531.

Sarmah, A. K., Sabadie, J., 2002. Hydrolysis of sulfonylurea herbicides in soils and aqueous solutions: a review. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50: 6253-6265.

Schneiders, G. E., Koeppe, M. K., Naidu, M. V., Horne, P., Brown, A. M., Mucha, C. F., 1993. Fate of rimsulfuron in the environment. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 41: 2404-2410.

Singh, A. K., Cameotra, S.S., 2013. Adsorption and desorption behavior of chlorotriazine herbicides in the agricultural soils. Journal of Petroleum and Environmental Biotechnology 4: 1-6.

Sprynskyy, M., Ligor, T., Buszewski, B., 2008. Clinoptilolite in study of lindane and aldrin sorption processes from water solution. Journal of Hazardous Materials 151: 570-577.

Stork, P. R., 1995. Field leaching and degradation of soil applied herbicides in a gradationally textured alkaline soil: chlorsulfuron and triasulfuron. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46: 1445-1458.

Tang, Z., Zhang, W., Chen, Y., 2009. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of monosulfuron in Chinese soils. Journal of Hazardous Materials 166: 1351-1356.

Ukrainczyk, L., Rashid, N., 1995. Irreversible sorption of nicosulfuron on clay minerals. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 43: 855-857

Verschueren, K., 2001. Handbook of environmental data on organic chemicals: Vol. 1 (No. Ed. 4). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Walker, A., Welch, S. J., 1989. The relative movement and persistence in soil of chlorsulfuron, metsulfuron‐methyl and triasulfuron. Weed Research 29: 375-383.

Wang, P., Keller, A. A., 2009. Sorption and desorption of atrazine and diuron onto water dispersible soil primary size fractions. Water Research 43: 1448-1456.

Wu.C., Zhang, S., Nie, G., Zhang, Z., Wang, J., 2011. Adsorption and desorption of herbicide monosulfuron-ester in Chinese soils. Journal of Environmental Sciences 23: 1524-1532.



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