benthiocarb

benthiocarb

[ben′thī·ō‚kärb]
(organic chemistry)
C12H16NOCl An amber liquid with a boiling point of 126-129°C; slightly soluble in water; used as an herbicide to control aquatic weeds in rice crops.
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Similar observations have been reported for prchloraz [9] and benthiocarb [10] in water where dissipation was independent of pH and was subject to photodegradation following pseudo first order kinetics.
Cheng HM (1990) Identification of benthiocarb degradation products in chlorination water A simulated water treatment for drinking water.
Duah-Yentumi S, Kuwatsuka S (1980) Effect of organic matter and chemical fertilizers on the degradation of benthiocarb and MCPA herbicides in the soil.
Ishikawa K, Nakamura Y, Kuwatsuka S (1976) Degradation of benthiocarb herbicide in soil.
Ishikawa K, Nakamum Y, Kuwatsuka S (1977) Volatilization of benthiocarb herbicide from the aqueous solution and soil.
Investigation on the contamination of freshwater fish with herbicides (CNP, chlomethoxynil, benthiocarb and molinate).
Pendimethalin [N-(1-ethylpropyl)-2, 6-dinitro-3, 4-xylidine], Benthiocarb [3, 5-dinitro-N-4, N-4-dipropyl sulfanilamide] and Oryzalin [S-4-chlorobenzyl diethyl thiocarbamate] (Fig.
After this initial equilibrium, columns were loaded with Pendimethalin, Benthiocarb and Oryzalin @ 10.
63] electron capture detector (ECD) coupled with Chemito 5000 data processor for Benthiocarb and Pendimethalin.
Benthiocarb [(S-4-Chlorobenzyl diethyl thiocarbamate); S-4-Chlorobenzyl diethyl (thiocarbamate)] is a thiocarbamate group of herbicide, used as a pre/post emergent herbicide in the paddy field [4].
Fate and behavior of benthiocarb (thiobencarb) herbicide in biota and the environment [7, 8] and laboratory leaching studies of Oryzalin and diuron [9] have been done.
1]) of analytical grade benthiocarb was prepared in ethyl acetate.