monuron

monuron

(ˈmɒnjəˌrɒn)
n
(Chemistry) a herbicide used chiefly to eradicate broadleaf weeds
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First stages of photodegradation of the urea herbicides fenuron, monuron and diuron.
Cegled et al., "The influence of rapid heat treatment in still air on the photocatalytic activity of titania photocatalysts for phenol and monuron degradation," Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, vol.
Being used as PSI substrates, MIPs were synthesized directly on a cellulose membrane: the bulk of the MIP was made by ethylene glycol dimethacrylate, using monuron and 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid as templating agents.
Phenuron (PU), monuron (MU), and diuron (DU) compounds may be viewed as a halogenated homologous series of herbicides [26].
y otros cuatro autores, Kinetics of oxidative degradation/mineralization pathways of the phenylurea herbicides diuron, monuron and fenuron in water during application of the electro-Fenton process, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, 97, 82-89 (2010).
Rao, "Photocatalytic oxidation of monuron in the suspension of W[O.sub.3] under the irradiation of UV-visible light," Chemosphere, vol.
Bolte, "The influence of Fe(III) speciation on supported Ti[O.sub.2] efficiency: example of monuron photocatalytic degradation," Applied Catalysis B, vol.
In 1999, the Ministry of Defense revealed that Agent Orange and Monuron were sprayed intensively during the late 1960s.
Harris DI (1966) Adsorption, movement and phytotoxicity of monuron and s-triazine herbicides in soils.
We administered the chemicals (diethylhexyl phthalate, cinnamyl anthranilate, chlorendic acid, 1,4-dichlorobenzene, monuron, ethylene thiourea, diethyl thiourea, trimethyl thiourea, and d-limonene) to the same strains of mice and rats used in the original NTP bioassays (nine chemicals to rats and seven to mice).
forces spread three types of defoliants - Agent Orange, Agent Blue and Monuron, on 66 million square meters of land south of the DMZ.
In another DuPont application, products from the phenylurea class of herbicides used for broadleaf control, such as diuron, monuron, and their metabolites, were successfully evaluated with supercritical fluid chromatography.