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diquat

[′dī‚kwät]
(organic chemistry)
C12H12N2Br2 A yellow water-soluble solid used as a herbicide.
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"The industry has lost both diquat for burndown, and CIPC for storage, in quick succession, and this trend is likely to continue.
Manes, "Spatial and temporal trends of paraquat, diquat, and difenzoquat contamination in water from marsh areas of the Valencian community (Spain)," Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, vol.
Wang, "Kinetics and thermodynamics of diquat removal from water using magnetic graphene oxide nanocomposite," Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, vol.
The effects of overexpression of SIRT2 and inhibition of deacetylase activity of SIRT2 were determined in oxidative stress in SH-SY5Y cells using diquat or rotenone, which induce cellular and mitochondrial stress, respectively [19, 20].
Smith, "Diquat induces renal proximal tubule injury in glutathione reductase-deficient mice," Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, vol.
Its active ingredients include 1 percent glyphosate, 0.8 percent imazapic, and 0.4 percent diquat, according to roundup.com.
Razorooter II also received a classification of "evidence of non-carcinogenicity for humans" (USEPA Diquat R.E.D.
[1] International Programme on Chemical Safety (IPCS).Environment Health Criteria 39: Paraquat and Diquat. World Health Organization, Geneva 1984.