Chlorbenside


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chlorbenside

[klȯr′ben‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
C13H10SCl2 White crystals with a melting point of 72°C; used as a miticide for spider mites on fruit trees and ornamentals.
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Chlorbenside

 

(also Chlorparacide, 4-chlorophenyl-4′ - chlorobenzyl sulfide), 4-ClC6H4SCH2C6H4Cl-4; an acaricide—that is, a chemical preparation for the control of herbivorous mites and ticks.

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