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Da Silva JP, Jockusch S, Turro NJ. Probing the photoreactivity of aryl chlorides with oxygen. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 2009;8(2):210 - 216. doi:10.1039/B815039G
Da Silva JP, Bastos EV, Ferreira LFV, Weiss RG. Surface photochemistry of the herbicide napropamide. The role of the media and environmental factors in directing the fates of intermediates. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 2008;7(1):69 - 75. doi:10.1039/B713369C
Da Silva JP, M. Mateus CDA, Da Silva AM, Ferreira LFVieira, Burrows HD. Solution and surface photochemistry of fenarimol: A comparative study. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry. 2007;186(2-3):278 - 282. doi:10.1016/j.jphotochem.2006.08.018
Da Silva JP, Ferreira LFVieira, Machado IFerreira, Da Silva AM. Photolysis of 4-chloroanisole in the presence of oxygen. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry. 2006;182(1):88 - 92. doi:10.1016/j.jphotochem.2006.01.019
Ferreira LFVieira, Machado IFerreira, Da Silva JP, Oliveira AS. A diffuse reflectance comparative study of benzil inclusion within microcrystalline cellulose and β-cyclodextrin. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 2004;3(2):174 - 181. doi:10.1039/B307956B
Da Silva JP, Ferreira LFVieira. Surface Photochemistry of Pesticides:  An Approach Using Diffuse Reflectance and Chromatography Techniques. Environmental Science & Technology. 2004;38(10):2849 - 2856. doi:10.1021/es0348501
Da Silva JP, Ferreira LFVieira, Da Silva AM, Oliveira AS. Photochemistry of 4-Chlorophenol on Cellulose and Silica. Environmental Science & Technology. 2003;37(20):4798 - 4803. doi:10.1021/es026448c
Da Silva JP, Da Silva AM. Comparative study of the dissipation of triadimefon in greenhouse and field conditions. Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry. 1998;66(1-4):229 - 236. doi:10.1080/02772249809358596
Da Silva JP, Da Silva AM. Vapor Pressure of Triadimefon by the Gas Saturation Method. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data. 1997;42(3):538 - 540. doi:10.1021/je960319s