aminotriazole


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aminotriazole

[ə¦mē·nō′trī·ə‚zȯl]
(organic chemistry)
C2H4N4 Crystals with a melting point of 159°C; soluble in water, methanol, chloroform, and ethanol; used as an herbicide, cotton plant defoliant, and growth regulator for annual grasses and broadleaf and aquatic weeds. Abbreviated ATA.
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