chloropicrin


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chlo·ro·pic·rin

 (klôr′ə-pĭk′rĭn)
n.
An oily colorless liquid, CCl3NO2, that causes skin, lung, and mucous membrane irritation and is used in tear gas and in dyestuffs, disinfectants, insecticides, and soil fumigants. Also called nitrochloroform.

chloropicrin

(ˌklɔːrəʊˈpɪkrɪn) or

chlorpicrin

n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless insoluble toxic lachrymatory liquid used as a pesticide and a tear gas; nitrotrichloromethane. Formula: CCl3NO2
[C20: from chloro- + picro- + -in]

chlo•ro•pic•rin

(ˌklɔr əˈpɪk rɪn, ˌkloʊr-)

also chlorpicrin



n.
a poisonous liquid, CCl3NO2, used as an insecticide and fungicide and in chemical warfare.
[1885–90; chloro-2 + picr(ic acid) + -in1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chloropicrin - a heavy colorless insoluble liquid compound that causes tears and vomiting; used as a pesticide and as tear gas
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
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The general practice in the Pacific Northwest has been to fumigate in fall with methyl bromide plus chloropicrin (67:33 at 350 pounds per acre), crop for 2 years and finish with a year of bare fallow (in which fields are not planted and kept weed free) before repeating the cycle (Weiland et al.
To control soilborne diseases and weeds, California strawberry fields have long been fumigated with methyl bromide (MB) plus chloropicrin (Pic).
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For all three trials, Telone C35 (a mixture of 1,3-D 61% and chloropicrin 35%, weight per weight [w/w]) was shank applied at an 18-inch depth with a 20-inch shank spacing using a commercial Telone shank applicator.
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In addition, there are a variety of other compounds, such as haloacetonitriles, haloketones, haloaldehydes, chloropicrin, cyanogens chloride, and chlorophenols.