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0 and 2,000 ppm were 4 days and 3–4 weeks, respectively. When aqueous solutions were exposed indoors to sodium light (λ = 550–650 nm) and mercury light (λ = 400–600 nm), no photo-degradation occurred (Lund-Høie and Friestad, 1986). Chemical/Physical. Under laboratory conditions, the half-life of glyphosate in natural waters was 7–10 weeks (Muir, 1991). 5 (Keith and Walters, 1992). This suggests glyphosate will react with alkalies and amines forming water-soluble salts. At 200–230°C, glyphosate undergoes dehydration to form N,N′-diphosphonomethyl2,5-diketopiperazine (Duke, 1988).
Use: Acaricide. © 2000 CRC PRESS LLC FENOXAPROP-ETHYL Synonyms: (±)-2-(4-(6-Chlorobenzoxazolyl)oxy)phenoxy)propionic acid; (±)-2-(4-(6Chlorobenzoxazol-2-yloxy)phenoxy)propionic acid; (±)-2-(4-(6-Chloro-1,3-benzoxazol2-yloxy)phenoxy)propionic acid; (±)-Ethyl 2-(4-((6-chloro-2-benzoxazolyl)oxy)phenoxy) propanoate; Hoe 33171. 70. Properties: Colorless solid to light beige to brown powder with a faint aromatic odor. 9 × 10–11 mmHg at 20°C. Environmental Fate Soil. , 1989). , 1989). Plant. The major degradation product identified in crabgrass, oats and wheat was 6chloro-2,3-dihydrobenzoxazol (Lefsrud and Hall, 1989).
Properties: Colorless solid. 98 × 10–7 mmHg at 30°C. S. Department of Agriculture, 1990. Environmental Fate Soil. , 1986). Fenamiphos rapidly degraded in Arredondo soil to fenamiphos sulfone and at the same © 2000 CRC PRESS LLC time to the corresponding phenol. The half-life in this soil is 38–67 days (Ou and Rao, 1986). Surface Water. , 1995). Chemical/Physical. Emits toxic fumes of phosphorus, nitrogen and sulfur oxides when heated to decomposition (Sax and Lewis, 1987; Lewis, 1990). 1 mg/m3.
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