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Bromoxynil Octanoate
22.5% 25%EC
Common Name: Bromoxynil (ANSI, BSI, ISO, WSSA); Bromoxynil Octanoate

Chemical Name: Phenol: 3,5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile; Octanoate: 2,6-dibromo-4-cyanophenyl octanoate (IUPAC)

CAS No.: CAS 1689-84-5 (Phenol); CAS 1689-99-2 (Octanoate); SHA 035301 (Octanoate)

Molecular formula: C15H17Br2NO2

Molecular weight: 403.0

PROPERTIES:
Phenol: White odorless solid. Melting point 194?㭱95?ヮ Octanoate: Clear, amber waxy solid, characteristic odor. Melting point 45?㭴6?ヮ Vapor pressure 0.1 mm/Hg (20?ラ. Readily hydrolized to bromoxynil at pH >9. Solubility: Pure, 25?ヺ acetone 170 g/l; methanol 90 g/l. Octanoate, 20?㭲5?ヺ acetone, ethanol 100 g/l; benzene, xylene 700 g/l; chloroform, dichloromethane 800 g/l; cyclohexanone 550 g/l.

Toxicity:
Tech (Rat): Oral LD50 190 mg/kg; Dermal >2000 mg/kg. (Rabbit): Dermal 3660 mg/kg; mild skin, eye irritation. Form (octanoate) (Rat): Oral LD50 365 mg/kg; Dermal >2000 mg/kg. (Rabbit): Dermal 1675 mg/kg. Buctril* (Rat): Oral LD50 779 mg/kg

Uses:
For barley, field corn, flax, garlic, mint, oats, onions, popcorn, rye, seedling alfalfa, sorghum, triticale, wheat, forage grasses, grass for sod and seed protection, and alfalfa in Conservation Reserve Program. Postemergent control of common cocklebur, common ragweed; seedling broadleaf weeds such as blue (purple) mustard, corn gromwell, cowcockle, fiddleneck, field pennycress, green smartweed, groundsel, jimsonweed, lambsquarters, London rocket, nightshade, shepherdspurse, tartary buckwheat, tarweed, tumble mustard, velvetleaf, volunteer sunflower, wild buckwheat, wild mustard.
 
 

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