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organophosphate

[ȯr¦gan·ə′fäs‚fāt]
(organic chemistry)
A soluble fertilizer material made up of organic phosphate esters such as glucose, glycol, or sorbitol; useful for providing phosphorus to deep-root systems.
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In our case, the presence at the surface of adsorbed TOPO, a highly lipophilic longchain organophosphorous compound, probably alters the chemical nature of the particles; likely reducing its nucleation ability and perturbing the crystallization rates as experimentally detected for PET/Ca[F.
Yehouenou A, Pazou E, Boko M, Van Gestel CAM, Ahissou H, Akpona S, Van Hattum B, Swart K and NM Van Straalen Organochlorine and Organophosphorous pesticide residues in the Oueme River catchment in the Republic of Benin.
It also indicated that a number of survivors were "clearly diagnosed as intoxicated by an organophosphorous compound, and their blood and urine samples were found "positive for Sarin and Sarin signatures.
iMethod Application for Pesticide Screening and Quantitation containing full sample prep protocols and LC conditions for nine different multi-residue pesticide methods that include general pesticide screening, acidic-pesticides, carbamate pesticides, organophosphorous pesticides, phenyl urea pesticides and triazine pesiticides.
Additional Director General of Police Ravindra Kumar told media that forensic scientists had found the presence of Monocrotophos, an organophosphorous compound in the oil used in cooking of mid-day food for school children.
It is alleged that the mustard oil supplied to the school had been kept in a container of the organophosphorous pesticide.
The cause of death could be organophosphorous poisoning due to insecticide in the vegetables, he told AFP, adding that doctors are treating victims with atropine.
Simple, specific analysis of organophosphorous and carbamate pesticides in sediments using column extraction and gas chromatography.
Indiscriminate use of organophosphorous compounds against mange infestation may prove hazardous in terms of residual effect (Dakshinkar and Sarode, 2000).
In May 2013, the company launched its latest product, WMDtox[TM], a self-decontaminating coating that protects firearms, vehicles, equipment, and uniforms by neutralizing organophosphorous chemical agents such as sarin, according to chief innovation officer Steve McDaniel.
gallinae to acaricides such as organophosphates, pyrethroids and amidine, determining the 50% lethal dose and noted that the Organophosphorous products performed better than pyrethroids.
Although the FDA assures that pesticide residue on individual food samples are within safe limits, what we do not know is how that cumulative load of organophosphorous pesticides affects children, pregnant and breastfeeding women and seniors," says Angie Tagtow, M.

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