aminocarb


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aminocarb

[ə′mē·nō‚kärb]
(organic chemistry)
C11H16N2O2 A tan, crystalline compound with a melting point of 93-94°C; slightly soluble in water; used as an insecticide for control of forest insects and pests of cotton, tomatoes, tobacco, and fruit crops.
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They helped aminocarb, the oily active ingredient in Matacil 1.
One contained the same active ingredient, aminocarb, as Matacil 1.