sulfuryl


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sulfuryl

[′səl·fə‚ril]
(chemistry)
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Several studies have demonstrated efficacy of sulfuryl fluoride (SF) against wood-inhabiting insects (Barak et al.
On August 14, 2015, the house was fumigated with sulfuryl fluoride ([dagger]) to eradicate a dry-wood termite infestation.
44 mmol) was added dropwise followed by the addition of sulfuryl chloride (6.
With the help of atmospheric computer models, the Scripps team and colleagues at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) determined that the most important removal process of sulfuryl fluoride is dissolution into the ocean, where it is decomposed by chemical reactions.
These days, they're still using poisonous gas in the form of sulfuryl fluoride (Vikane).
SULFURYL FLUORIDE -- Used to fumigate buildings, this chemical has multiple health effects.
Sulfuryl Fluoride Pesticide Residues Allowed on Foods
Phenol sulfotransferases (SULTs) catalyze sulfuryl group transfer from 3'-phosphoadenosine-5'-phosphosulfate (PAPS) to acceptor substrates to form sulfate products generally destined for excretion.
Five of the 15 toxicological monographs approved at the September 2005 meeting evaluate compounds for the first time: dimethanamid-P, fenhexamid, indoxacarb, novaluron, and sulfuryl fluoride.
Moreover, the HTSS10V fluoride battery can be easily transported to and from work sites as opposed to competing battery technologies such as lithium sulfuryl batteries, which can only be transported by ground and must be securely stored in explosive containers when on a drill rig for fear of short circuits or explosion.
The reactions catalyzed by these enzymes involve the transfer of a sulfuryl group from 3'-phosphoadenosine 5'-phosphosulfate (PAPS) to an acceptor molecule to produce adenosine 3', 5'-diphosphate (PAP) and a sulfuric acid ester.