chlorfenvinphos


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chlorfenvinphos

[‚klȯr·fən′vin‚fäs]
(organic chemistry)
C12H14Cl3O4P An amber liquid with a boiling point of 168-170°C; used as an insecticide for ticks, flies, lice, and mites on cattle.
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Impact of insecticides and nematicides on non-target soil organisms Reference and Soil type and Active chemical location characteristics Hart and Brookes Silty clay loam, Aldicarb, chlorfenvinphos (1996), UK pH 6.
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Each wipe sample was spiked with chlorfenvinphos as an extraction surrogate and then shake-extracted, first with isopropanol, and then twice with 1:1 diethyl ether:hexanes.
Tickicide Period of use Period of arsenic use Arsenic (trioxide) 1935-1955 Period of DDT use DDT 1955-1962 Benzene hexachloride 1955-1962 Early period of modern chemical use Coumaphos 1962-1965 Carbophenothion 1962 Carbaryl 1963-1970 Chlorpyrifos 1969-1974 Bromophos ethyl 1969 Dioxothion 1962-1976 Ethion 1962-1976 Chlordimeform 1973-1976 Cymyazole 1977-1986 Late period of modern chemical use Chlormethiuron 1977 Amitraz 1976-present Promacyl 1977-present Cypermethrin 1979-present Chlorfenvinphos 1979-present Flumethrin 1986-present Table 2.
Depending on the chemical structure of the pesticide, various alkylphosphates can be detected (13,17): phosphorodithioates, such as azinphos-methyl, azinphos-ethyl, and dimethoate, give rise to -phosphates (DMP or DEP), -thiophosphates (DMTP or DETP), and -dithiophosphates (DEDTP or DEDTP); phosphorothioates such as chlorpyrifos, chlorpyrifos-methyl, fenitrothion, and omethoate give rise to -phosphates (DMP or DEP) and -thiophosphates (DMTP or DETP); and phosphates such as chlorfenvinphos, dichlorvos, and monocrotophos give rise to -phosphates (DMP or DEP).