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Cyclohexyl isocyanate

Cyclohexyl isocyanate is used in chemical manufacturing including agrochemicals, pharmaceutical agents and polymer auxiliaries.

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Cyhexatin

The cyhexatin is an active substance in plant protection products, which provides an effective miticide, and belongs to the chemical family of stannic derivative.

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DBCP

1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane, (dibromochloropropane) better known as DBCP, is the active ingredient in the nematicide Nemagon, also known as Fumazone. Until 1977, DBCP was used as a soil fumigant and nematocide on over 40 different crops in the United States. It fights pests that attack the roots of fruit trees and boosts the weight of harvests by 20 percent. DBCP is used as an intermediate in the synthesis of organic chemicals

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Deltamethrin

Deltamethrin is a pyrethroid ester insecticide. There are many uses for deltamethrin, ranging from agricultural uses to home pest control. It has been instrumental in preventing the spread of diseases carried by tick-infested prairie dogs, rodents and other burrowing animals. It is helpful in eliminating and preventing a wide variety of household pests, especially spiders, fleas, ticks, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, cockroaches and bedbugs. It is also one of the primary ingredients in ant chalk.

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Dibenzylamine

Dibenzylamine find applications predominately in the rubber processing industry. It is used to prepare rubber accelerator for the vulcanization process and reaction-stoppers. Dibenzylamine type accelerators reduce nitrosamine production in the compounding process. It is used in other industries also.

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Dibromo-3-Chloropropane (DBCP), 1,2-

1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane, (dibromochloropropane) better known as DBCP, is the active ingredient in the nematicide Nemagon, also known as Fumazone. It is a soil fumigant formerly used in American agriculture. In mammals it causes male sterility at high levels of exposure. After discovery of its deleterious health effects on humans, the compound was banned from use in 1979 by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).[1] The continuing presence of the chemical as a contaminant in ground water remains a problem for many communities for years after end of use.

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Dichlofenthion

Dichlofenthion has a relatively short half-life of only a few minutes in both water and soils. While little research has been conducted over the environmental fate this compound, much is known about the compound class in which it resides. Dichlofenthion is generally considered to be an organophosphate pesticide, although in a strict chemical sense, it is a phosphorothioate. Because most organophosphate pesticides biodegrade relatively quickly, they are generally regarded as safe for use. While this may be true for most compounds, bacteria still require time to adapt to break down new compounds introduced to the soil.[1] It has been shown that degradation rates increase as the same compounds are introduced repeatedly into the soil.

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Dicofol

Dicofol is formulated as emulsifiable concentrates, wettable powders, dusts, ready-to-use liquids, and aerosol sprays. In many countries, dicofol is also used in combination with other pesticides such as the organophosphates, methyl parathion , and dimethoate.

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Difenacoum

Difenacoum is a coumarin derivative. It has anticoagulant effects and is used as a rodenticide.

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Difulubenzuron

Name Diflubenzuron
Molecular Formula C14H9ClF2N2O2
Molecular Weight 310.69
CAS Registry Number 35367-38-5
EINECS 252-529-3
Melting point 230-232 oC
 

 

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