Agro-care Chemical Industry Group>>>Glyphosate
 
Common Name: Glyphosate
 
Chemical Name:

N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine
 

CAS No.: 1071-83-6
 
Structure:
Molecular Formula: C3H8NO5P
 
Molecular Weight:

169.08
 

Physical Chemistry:

Technical product is white solid. Solubility: 12,000 mg/L in water; soluble in acetone, ethanol, and xylene. Melting Point: 200.
 

Toxicity:

Oral acute oral LD50 for rat 4320mg/kg; Acute dermal LD50 for rabbit 2225-4050mg/kg; Acute inhalation LC50 for rat 5-12 mg/l.Eye Irritation:may cause substantial but temporary eye injury.Skin Irritation:practically not irritant to rabbit shin.

Application:

Glyphosate is a broad-spectrum, nonselective systemic herbicide used for control of annual and perennial plants including grasses, sedges, broad-leaved weeds, and woody plants. It can be used on non-cropland as well as on a great variety of crops. Glyphosate itself is an acid, but it is commonly used in salt form, most commonly the isopropylamine salt. It may also be available in acidic or trimethylsulfonium salt forms.
 

Technical Purity: 95%Tech
 
Formulation Type: 62% IPA Salt, 41% IPA Salt
 
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