dibromide


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di·bro·mide

 (dī-brō′mīd′, -mĭd)
n.
A chemical compound containing two bromine atoms or ions.

dibromide

(daɪˈbrəʊmaɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a chemical compound that contains two bromine atoms per molecule
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The research reported in 1997 used the earliest form of Psorizide[R] (nickel dibromide) or a placebo.
Among many other deadly fumigants commonly used are Hydrogen Cyanide, Nicotine, Naphthalene, Acrylonitrile, ethylene dibromide and methyl bromide.
(339.) One EPA senior science adviser testified before Congress, for example, that EPA Assistant Administrator for Pesticides and Toxic Substances asked her to employ a risk assessment model based on a scientific theory that she had never heard of to ensure a smaller risk estimate for the fumigant ethylene dibromide. Lash, supra note 53, at 173.
These are: diesel engine exhaust emissions, mineral oils that have been used before in internal combustion engines, trichloroethylene, 4,4'-Methylenedianiline (MDA), epichlorohydrine, ethylene dibromide, ethylene dichloride, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons mixtures, particularly those containing benzo a pyrene.
The withdrawal of extensively used fumigants such as ethylene dibromide, because of its carcinogenic nature and its ability to contaminate groundwater [12, 20], has necessitated the adoption and worldwide use of tolerant/resistant rootstocks, as an alternative for nematode control because they are safe to both farmers and the environment [21].
Therefore, to avoid the use of potentially dangerous diazide monomers, their dibromide precursors (di-(bromoacetic acid)-alkylene diesters) were synthesized instead, and the goal click PEs containing 1,2,3-triazole unites were obtained via one-pot/two-step/three-component SGP (Figure 4).
It is sought after for being better than the cancer-causing fumigant ethylene dibromide to eliminate microbes in spices, fruits and other foods.
Immediately before sowing, Spray.Seed 250 (active ingredients (a.i.s) 11.5% w/v paraquat dichloride, 9.8% diquat dibromide, Syngenta) was applied at 2 L [ha.sup.-1], Treflan 480 (a.i.
Genistein (0.20 g, 0.740 mmol) and 1,2dibromoethane (0.68 mL) or hexamethylene dibromide (0.68 mL) and anhydrous K2C[O.sub.3] (0.20 g, 1.447 mmol) were dissolved in anhydrous alcohol (10.00 mL).
In 2014 the EPA further approved an amendment of Duke's diquat dibromide labels to lower the signal word from "warning" to "caution." Duke's Root Control does it all.
Exports to GCC countries comprised natural gas, LNG, condensates, helium, ether derivatives, jet fuel, bars and rods of iron or non-alloy steel, polyethylene, ethylene dibromide, natural gasoline and diesel for engines.
Specific testing for chlorinated pesticides and herbicides, organohalides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), haloacetic acids (HAAs), ethylene dibromide (EDB), dibromochloropropane (DBCP) and trichloropropane (TCP) are commonly regulated around the world.