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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Efficacy against eggs of Tribolium confusum and Tribolium castaneum after fumigations with sulfuryl fluoride (ProFumeA(r)) in flour mills.
An alternative fumigant, sulfuryl fluoride (SF), has demonstrated the ability to kill B.
Sulfuryl dichloride (4.80 g, 40.00 mmol) was added slowly to the mixture, after finishing dropping, TLC tracking reaction, 45 min vacuum evaporation to eliminate solvent, the crude product with ethyl acetate recrystallization, and vacuum drying pale.
EPA Proposes to Withdraw Sulfuryl Fluoride Tolerances," https://archive.epa.gov/oppsrrd1/registration_ review/web/html/evaluations.html.
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.
Other important crop and product-specific provisions in the horticulture title that will likely impact the specialty crop industry include: 1) establishment of an industry-funded promotion, research, and information program for fresh-cut Christmas trees sold in the United States, which involves the collection of $0.15 per tree on farms that cut 500 or more per year; 2) exemption of apple shipments to Canada in bulk containers--containers over 100 lbs.--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.S.
The sulfuryl group donor (cosubstrate) for the SULT-catalyzed reaction to add the sulfate moiety to hydroxyl groups is 37-phosphoadenosine 5,-phosphosulfate (PAPS).
Thiols were treated with sulfuryl chloride to yield corresponding sulfenyl chlorides 1 and 2.
The first problem undertaken, serving as a test of instrument, was a reinvestigation of sulfuryl fluoride, S[O.sub.2][F.sub.2] (2), which cleared up a previous error in the dipole moment and provided interesting information on the low-lying vibrational states.
Some sulfuryl transferases acting on ChS and DS have been discovered, (43,44) but are currently unavailable.