sulfuryl


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sul·fur·yl

 (sŭl′fə-rĭl′, -fyə-)
n.

sulfuryl

(ˈsʌlfjʊrɪl; ˈsʌlfərɪl)
n
(Chemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphuryl

sul•fo•nyl

(ˈsʌl fə nɪl)

adj.
the bivalent group SO2.
[1915–20]
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Sulfuryl fluoride (SF) fumigations were conducted in 10-liter glass chambers at six target concentrations (40 to 240 mg [liter.
On August 19, 2015, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) was notified by the Florida Poison Information Center Network and a local hospital of possible sulfuryl fluoride poisonings affecting a family in Martin County, in southeastern Florida.
Sulfuryl transfer: the catalytic mechanism of human estrogen sulfotransferase.
from the provisions of the Export Apple Act; 3) changes in notification requirements for plant-incorporated protectants in imported seeds; and 4) exclusion of non-pesticide sources of sulfuryl fluoride from residues tolerance assessments performed by the U.
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Some sulfuryl transferases acting on ChS and DS have been discovered, (43,44) but are currently unavailable.
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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.