cycloate

cycloate

[′sī·klə‚wāt]
(organic chemistry)
C11H21NOS A yellow liquid with limited solubility in water; boiling point is 145-146°C; used as an herbicide to control weeds in sugarbeets, spinach, and table beets.
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Chemical Compound Structure AI (kg) Common name (description) I [ILLUSTRATIONS N-Cyclohexyl, N'-3-phenyl) OMITTED] propyl urea II [ILLUSTRATIONS 472,298 Diuron (herbicide) OMITTED] III [ILLUSTRATIONS Desmethyl diuron (diuron OMITTED] metabolite) IV [ILLUSTRATIONS 1-5% Bis-dichlorophenyl urea OMITTED] (diuron impurity) V [ILLUSTRATIONS 35,418 Diflubenzuron (insecticide) OMITTED] VI [ILLUSTRATIONS 112 Siduron (herbicide) OMITTED] VII [ILLUSTRATIONS 202(a) Chlorpropham (herbicide) OMITTED] VIII [ILLUSTRATIONS 765 Fenoxycarb (insecticide) OMITTED] IX [ILLUSTRATIONS 2,226,055 Molinate (herbicide) OMITTED] X [ILLUSTRATIONS 412,325 Cycloate (herbicide) OMITTED] XI [ILLUSTRATIONS 652,109 Thiobencarb (herbicide) OMITTED] AI, active ingredient.