By Wilfried Paulus (Editor)
This version is split into components. half One offers commonly diverse contributions from 23 international specialists, on such subject matters as: Microbicides in regards to the connection among chemical constitution and mode of motion and job; learn and improvement in attention of registration strategies; Legislative elements. using microbicides in 18 significant software parts are defined intimately. half collects Microbicide info, equipped into 21 substance sessions (e.g. alcohols, aldehydes, acids, amides, etc.), and together with a few three hundred entries.
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The active ingredient is colourless, has a very low vapour pressure and an excellent toxicological profile. 7% (Table 3). , 1997). Due to the low water solubility the leaching rate is low. Under the influence of light no formation of coloured products is initiated. The active principle of cyaniminodithio compounds is an activated C-N doublebond. A large number of these compounds were published, depending on the substituents, as herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and bactericides or for the use in material protection.
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