sulfuryl


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sulfuryl

[′səl·fə‚ril]
(chemistry)
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Calibrations of the instrument's response to varying concentrations of methyl bromide and sulfuryl fluoride were used to determine the headspace concentrations during the fumigation.
On August 14, 2015, the house was fumigated with sulfuryl fluoride ([dagger]) to eradicate a dry-wood termite infestation.
Et3N (0.04 g, 0.44 mmol) was added dropwise followed by the addition of sulfuryl chloride (6.9 g, 51 mmol).
They generally possess sulfuryl, sweety and onion odor notes (Machiels et al., 2004).
If termites are found upon inspection, the vessel must be fumigated with methyl bromide (AQIS method T9047) or sulfuryl fluoride (AQIS method T9090) at the owner's expense (Anonymous 2010).
Contrary to popular misconceptions, the lithium family of chemistries is quite diverse, including poly (carbon monoflouride lithium (CF) X-Li; manganese dioxide lithium (LiMnO2); lithium thionyl chloride (LiSOC12); lithium sulfur dioxide (LISO2); lithium sulfuryl chloride (LiSO2C12); and lithium iodine (LiI2).
The team discovered that Sulfuryl fluoride (SO2F2), a gas commonly used to rid buildings of termites and other pests, is a greenhouse gas that remains in the atmosphere about 36 years, six to 10 times longer than previously thought.
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