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Use category: Insecticide/ pyrethroid
Chlorpyrifos is a crystalline organic phosphorus insecticide, acaricide and acaricide with contact, stomach and fumigation poisoning effects. It is mainly used for the prevention and control of leaf-borne pests and soil pests in a variety of food and feed crops.
PACKING: 200L/DRUM， 1L/500ML/250ML/100ML bottle or at the customers' requirements.
Common name: Chlorpyrifos
Cas No.: 2921-88-2
Molecular formula: C9H11Cl3NO3PS
H2O solubility:low; 2 ppm at 35 degrees C ; 2 ppm water at 2 degrees C.
Solubility in other solvents: In benzene 790, acetone 650, chloroform 630, carbon disulfide 590, diethyl ether 510, xylene 645, methylene chloride 714, isooctane 79, methanol 45 (all in g/100 g at 25 degrees C)
Melting Point:41.5 to 44 degrees C (106 to 108 degrees F)
Flash point: greater than 200 degrees F
Vapor pressure:1.87 x 10 to the minus 5 power mm Hg at 25 degrees C
2. TECHNICAL SHEET
SPECIFICATION OF CHLORPYRIFOS 97% TC
SPECIFICATION OF CHLORPYRIFOS 40%EC
Chlorpyrifos is a broad-spectrum insecticide, a chemical used to kill many insects. Chlorpyrifos can effectively control a variety of insects, including lichen insects, corn rootworms, cockroaches, grubs, flea beetles, flies, termites, fire ants and lice. It is used as an insecticide in cereals, cotton, fields, fruit, nut and vegetable crops, as well as lawns and ornamental plants. It is also registered for direct use in sheep, turkeys, horse farm handling, kennel handling, housing, farm buildings, storage bins and commercial establishments.
The effect of chlorpyrifos on pests is mainly a contact poison, and some of its effects are stomach poison. It is a non-systemic contact chemical substance, which means that it only works when it comes into direct contact with plant tissues and will not be transported to other parts of the plant.
Chlorpyrifos is an insecticide called organophosphate. These chemicals work by interfering with the activity of cholinesterase, an enzyme necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous system of humans and insects. Please refer to the Introduction to Toxicological Information on Cholinesterase Inhibition for a more detailed description of this topic.