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Annotated bibliography on sulfuryl fluoride

Mary T. Baker

Annotated bibliography on sulfuryl fluoride

by Mary T. Baker

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Published by Getty Conservation Institute, Scientific Program in Marina del Rey, Calif. (4503 Glencoe Ave., Marina del Rey 90292-6537) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pesticides,
  • Abstracts

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled by] Mary T. Baker ... [et al.].
    SeriesGCI Scientific Program report, GCI scientific program reports
    ContributionsGetty Conservation Institute. Scientific Program
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ5074.P4 A58 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 leaves ;
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25146993M
    LC Control Number2008544501
    OCLC/WorldCa82724585

    Sulfuryl fluoride, SO 2 F 2, is manufactured and sold by Dow AgroSciences, LLC under the trade names Vikane gas fumigant and ProFume gas CAS registry number is and the molecular weight of sulfuryl fluoride is Sulfuryl fluoride is an odorless, colorless gas with a melting point of −°C and a boiling point of −°g: bibliography. Sulfuryl Fluoride. Back to Reevaluation Program. Reevaluation Status: Complete. On J , the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) placed structural fumigants containing the active ingredient sulfuryl fluoride into reevaluation.

    RED Facts Sulfuryl Fluoride September The information contained in the following document was accurate at the time of publication, but may not reflect EPA's current scientific understanding of this pesticide. For more information about this pesticide, please contact EPA's pesticide Registration Division at Search results for sulfuryl fluoride at Sigma-Aldrich. Compare Products: Select up to 4 products. *Please select more than one item to compareMissing: bibliography.

    Herein, we report a new method for the one-pot synthesis of 1,1-dihydrofluoroalkyl sulfides by bubbling sulfuryl fluoride (SO 2 F 2) through a solution of the corresponding alcohol and reaction proceeds through a new class of bis(1,1-dihydrofluoroalkyl) sulfate reagents, to afford the desired 1,1-dihydrofluoroalkyl sulfides in 55–90% isolated by: 1. Sulfuryl fluoride is a highly toxic gas. Do not expose non-target organisms. This pesticide is toxic to fish and wildlife. Physical or Chemical Hazards Sulfuryl fluoride is a colorless, odorless toxic gas. ProFume cylinders are under pressure and must not be stored near heat or open Size: KB.


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Annotated bibliography on sulfuryl fluoride by Mary T. Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Calvert GM, et al. Health effects associated with sulfuryl fluoride and methyl bromide exposure among structural fumigation workers. American Journal of Public Health 88(12) (See abstract) Ekambaram P, Paul V. sulfuryl fluoride Fluoride anion does not degrade further under conditions that would be encountered in normal agricultural and physical processing.

However, fluoride ion would be subject to extraction by a polar solvent such as water, resulting in the removal of the residue from the matrix when the water was g: bibliography.

Calculate concentration, of sulfuryl fluoride in the actual air volume, (L), applying the conversion factor (molecular weight of sulfuryl fluoride divided by the atomic weight of 2 fluoride anions; the reaction is): µg/L or mg/m³. EVALUATION OF METHOD: This method was evaluated over the range 20 mg/m³ to mg/m³.Missing: bibliography.

sulfuryl fluoride SULFURYL FLUORIDE () First draft prepared by Dr Hong Chen, Coordinator IR-4 Project, Rutgers University, North Brunswick, USA EXPLANATION At the 36th session of the CCPR, sulfuryl fluoride was listed in the Evaluation for New Compounds for residue review by the Size: KB.

Sulfuryl fluoride may have multiple biochemical effects on a target species. One study, on insect eggs of the desert locust and yellow mealworms, indicated that Vikane gas reduced the egg's oxygen uptake in addition to disturbing its phosphate balance and partially suppressing the hydrolysis of.

Sulfuryl fluoride, sold commercially as a fumigant by Dow Chemical Company under its trademark Vikane, is currently being examined for use in museums and historic structures as a pest control : Gerard Dumancas.

Richard L. Doty, in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Sulfuryl fluoride. Sulfuryl fluoride is a colorless and odorless fumigant gas used mainly as a pesticide. It has largely replaced methyl bromide because of the latter's adverse influences on the ozone Annotated bibliography on sulfuryl fluoride book although it, too, is under ban consideration by the Environmental Protection Agency in light of its contribution of fluoride to the.

SUMMARY: New US federal allowances for inorganic fluoride residues in food fumigated with sulfuryl fluoride are excessively high and are at levels known to cause serious adverse health effects, including crippling skeletal Size: KB. Photo by Derek Keats Sulfuryl Fluoride is frequently used as fumigant for treating termites and also used in other pest control products.

It is a relatively new chemical that has been introduced to replace methyl bromide as the sulfuryl fluoride was believed to be less harmful to the ozone layer – however recent research suggests this is unlikely to be the g: bibliography.

The Sulfuryl Fluoride Register lists providers who are approved to conduct sulfuryl fluoride detection and monitoring services during biosecurity inspection. Providers listed in the Sulfuryl Fluoride Register meet the following criteria: The ability to provide a current calibration certificate for the Sulfuryl Fluoride device they will g: bibliography.

try argues that sulfuryl fluoride is less hazardous than the alterna-tive it points to, methyl bromide. While methyl bromide is an ozone depleter, a study found that sulfuryl fluoride is a highly potent greenhouse gas, in addition to its contribution to fluorosis and neu-rological effects.

In fact, sulfuryl fluoride can be as much as 4, Sulfuryl fluoride is an inorganic compound with the formula SO2F2. It is an easily condensed gas and has properties more similar to sulfur hexafluoride than sulfuryl chloride, being resistant to hydrolysis even up to °C.

It is neurotoxic and a potent greenhouse gas, but is widely used as a fumigant insecticide to control ance: colourless gas. Sulfuryl fluoride is an odorless, colorless gas. 2 It is non-flammable, non-corrosive, and does not react with materials to produce odors or residues.

3,4 In addition, sulfuryl fluoride has a very low boiling point of °C at mm Hg, and a very high vapor pressure of x 10 3 kPa at 21 °C (13, mmHg). 2Missing: bibliography.

The use of fluorine compounds as insecticides, a review with annotated bibliography Physical Description: Book Language: English Creator: Carter, R. H Busbey, Ruth L (Ruth Lawless), United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Publisher.

% of sulfuryl fluoride released will partition into water Sediment Distribution calculated using a Level II fugacity (Mackay) model. (Ref. PPP M-III, section 5, IIIA /01, K24) % of sulfuryl fluoride released will partition into the sediment X(2) Air Distribution calculated using a Level II fugacity (Mackay) model.

(g: bibliography. supporting data regarding the use of sulfuryl fluoride on museum materials will be published in subsequent articles. The annotated bibliography of the Vikane literature, developed during this study, is available upon request from the Scientific Department, GCI. VIKANE GAS FUMlGANT.

Summary information on the identity of sulfuryl fluoride can be found in Appendix I and the ‘Confidential Annex’ of the competent authority report.

Sulfuryl fluoride is a colourless gas with a boiling point of °C and a melting point of ° Size: KB. In the s, a host of clinical trials testing the efficacy of fluoride as a treatment for osteoporosis, reported that fluoride increased the rate of bone fracture (see section 2). In light of these trials, interest began to emerge as to whether water fluoridation might also increase the rate of fracture.

Although sulfuryl fluoride has been observed to cause basal ganglia injury in animals (4), this is the first report of basal ganglia injury in humans resulting from systemic sulfuryl fluoride poisoning.

This exposure underscores the importance of Cited by: 2. Sulfuryl fluoride is classified by the EPA as not likely to cause cancer in humans. In long-term studies, animals breathed in high concentrations (80 parts per million) of sulfuryl fluoride six hours per day, five days a week for more than a year.

There was no evidence that exposure led Missing: bibliography. Sulfuryl fluoride | SO2F2 or F2O2S | CID - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities, safety/hazards/toxicity information, supplier lists, and more.

COVID is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation.Permissible Exposure Limits / OSHA Annotated Table Z-1; Note: This table only includes occupational exposure limits (OELs) for substances listed in the OSHA Z-1 Table.

OELs for hundreds of additional substances have been adopted by Cal/OSHA, NIOSH, and organizations periodically make revisions to their OELs and so they should be consulted directly for their most current values .to the introduction of the fumigant sulfuryl fluoride.

Chloropicrin at low levels of about ppm causes eye irritation. Chloropicrin serves to warn of the presence of the odorless and colorless sulfuryl fluoride and is a deterrent to intruders. Chloropicrin is removed from the building with the sulfuryl fluoride File Size: 2MB.