chloropicrin


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  • noun

Synonyms for chloropicrin

a heavy colorless insoluble liquid compound that causes tears and vomiting

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As of April 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA 2013) listed five fumigant alternatives (and no nonfumigant alternatives) for the industry: dazomet, metam sodium (Vapam, Busan), chloropicrin (Pic), dimethyl disulfide (DMDS), and 1,3-dichloropropene (1,3-D), and two combinations of these: 1,3-D and chloropicrin (Telone, Pic-Clor 60) and metam sodium and chloropicrin.
Alternative fumigants permitted for use in California strawberries are 1,3-dichloropropene (1,3-D), chloropicrin and, as of December 2010, methyl iodide.
Helliker said that in the coming weeks, the Department will discuss possible approaches to regulations for methyl bromide and chloropicrin with representatives of activist groups and the regulated community.
These chemicals can react with fumigants such as methyl bromide, 1,3-D, chloropicrin and iodomethane (methyl iodide) to form nonvolatile compounds by dehalogenation (Gan, Yates, Becker, et al.
Exposure to chloropicrin caus To encourage this dissipation, tarps are opened from the roof downward, allowing the gas to escape upward.
Chloropicrin concentrations (data not shown) followed a similar pattern but were substantially lower than 1,3-D because the initial application rate was lower and the half-life of chloropicrin in soil is generally much shorter than that of 1,3-D.
Ingham ER, Thies WG (1996) Responses of soil foodweb organisms in the first year following cleareutting and application of chloropicrin to control laminated root rot.
Effects of soil fumigation with methyl bromide and chloropicrin on root health and yield of strawberry.
Unfortunately, the masks were unacceptable and were sent back because the facepieces were easily penetrated by chloropicrin.
Chloropicrin was traditionally used in overland transmission lines away from inhabited areas owing to its difficult handling properties.
Chloropicrin is also added to the methyl bromide at the rate of 2 per cent.
These agents are also referred to as choking agents and include chlorine gas, phosgene, diphosgene, and chloropicrin (34).
Records show that the storage yard, which closed in 1946, may have contained the chemical agents mustard gas, lewisite, phosgene and chloropicrin.
MIDAS([R])is comprised of a formulated blend of iodomethane and chloropicrin and is effective at more than 40 percent lower use rates compared to methyl bromide.
Pest controller (1,3-dichloropropene, Chloropicrin, Metam-K, Metam-Na, Methyl Bromide, and others)