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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Film Permeability
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1 - Film Index
2 - Film Table
3 - References
References
 

Yates, S.R., Gan, J., Ernst, F.F., Wang, D. and Yates, M.V. 1997. Emission of methyl bromide from agricultural fields. Rate estimates and methods of reduction. In: Fumigants: Environmental Fates, Exposure and Analysis, American Chemical Society Symposium Series No. 652, J.N. Seiber, J.A. Knuteson, J.E. Woodrow, N.L Wolfe, Yates, M.V. and S.R. Yates, editors, pp. 116-134.

Wang, D., Yates, S.R., Gan, J. and Jury, W.A. 1998. Temperature effect on MeBr volatilization: Permeability of plastic cover films. Journal Environmental Quality 26:821-827.

Papiernik, S.K., Gan, J., Knuteson, J.A. and Yates, S.R. 1999. Sorption of fumigants to agricultural films, Environmental Science and Technology 33:1213-1217.

Wang, D., Yates, S.R., Gan, J. and Knuteson, J.A. 1999. Atmospheric volatilization of methyl bromide, 1,3-dichloropropene, and propargyl bromide through two plastic films, transfer coefficient and temperature effect, Atmospheric Environment 33:401-407.

Papiernik, S.K., Yates, S.R. and Gan, J. 2001. An approach for estimating the permeability of agricultural films. Environmental Science and Technology 35:1240-1246.

Papiernik, S.K., Ernst, F.F. and Yates, S.R. 2002. An apparatus for measuring the gas permeability of films. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:358-361.

Papiernik, S.K. and Yates, S.R. 2002. Effect of environmental conditions on the permeability of high density polyethylene film to fumigant vapors. Environmental Science and Technology 36:1833-1838.

 
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