is used as an ester or a salt, its identity should be stated, for
[52756-22-6], flamprop-methyl [52756-25-9].
The D-isomer of this substance has the ISO common name flamprop-M.
Photodegradates of Flamprop-methyl on various kinds of sand: Fontainebleau
sand (almost pure silica), Touggourt sand (coloured sand from Sahara)
and Jijel sand (dark marine sand).
Ref: Chemosphere, Volume 58, Issue 10 , March 2005, Pages 1431-1437.
Photodegradation of chlorinated pesticides dispersed on sand, by
Abdennour Zertala, Michel Jacquetb, Bernadette Lavédrinec
and Tahar Seh.
(only comprehensive for the US)
EPA PC Code:
(includes only a limited list of countries)
Super-Suffix, Lancer, WL-29671
Shell Netherland Chemie BV (Pernis), Hoogvliet-Rotterdam
10, 2001 - Australia: "Current
List. RECORD OF APPROVED ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS."
Glossary of Pesticide Chemicals.
- A listing of pesticides subject to analysis
of residues in foods and feeds by the US Food and Drug Administration.
2000 - Food
and Drug Administration Pesticide Residue Monitoring. -
Table 3. Pesticides detectable by methods used in 1999 regulatory
of February 2005: No data accessible
a pesticide is spread in the environment only a minor proportion
reaches its target. Most of it penetrates in the soil when
it is water soluble or stay on surface when solubility is
low. There it is generally submitted to sunlight and may
be photodegraded. It is important to know if this transformation
is rapid or not and if there is no formation of toxic intermediates...
of Flamprop-methyl on Fontainebleau sand (almost
pure silica) when exposed to sunlight:
5. Kinetics of degradation of MCPA, DCPH, FPM
[flamprop-methyl] and VCZ irradiated on F-sand (4 mg/100 g).
Chemosphere, Volume 58, Issue 10 , March 2005, Pages 1431-1437.
Photodegradation of chlorinated pesticides dispersed on
sand, by Abdennour Zertala, Michel Jacquetb, Bernadette
Lavédrinec and Tahar Seh. [from