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  • noun organic chemistry Any compound formally derived from a carbamate by replacing an oxygen atom by one of sulfur
  • noun Any of various herbicides based upon this structure


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  • ISHAAYA, I. (1982) Biological and biochemical aspects of the disruption of adult formation in Tribolium by a novel Bis (thiocarbamate) R-31026 and the Juvenoid R-20458.

    Chapter 10 1994

  • R-31026, is an intermediate product in the synthesis of thiocarbamate herbicides and has been shown to possess properties similar to those of methoprene.

    Chapter 7 1994

  • Chemical name [S, S-Di-isobutyl N-ethylethylenebis (thiocarbamate)] (Stauffer Chemical Co.Ltd. California, US)

    Chapter 10 1994


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