Common Name: Propanil
Chemical Name: N-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)propanamide
Chemical Family: Acetanilide
CAS #: 709-98-8
Molecular Formula: C9H9Cl2NO
Molecular Weight: 218.1
Physical and chemical properties:
Propanil is a medium to dark grey crystalline solid ;
melting point: 87 to 89 o C;
vapor pressure: 2.6 x 10-7 mm Hg at 30o C ;
octanol/water partition coefficient (Pow) : 193;
Propanil is slightly soluble in water (0.13 g/L at 20o C) and is completely soluble in ketones, alcohols, ethers and chlorinated hydrocarbons.
Acute Toxicity :
Oral (Rat): LD50 = 1,080 mg/kg
Dermal (Rabbit/Rat): LD50 > 2,000 mg/kg
Inhalation (Rat): LC50 > 6.1 mg/L
Primary Eye Irritation (Rabbit): Iritis, conjunctivitis present in all rabbits, cleared by day 14; corneal opacity cleared by day 4.
Primary Skin Irritation: Slight dermal irritant
Dermal Sensitization: Not a dermal sensitizer
Summary of Use:
Propanil is used on rice.
Propanil is a selective post-emergent general use herbicide registered to control broadleaf and grass weeds in commercial settings. Propanil is used alone and in combination with bensulfuron, carfentrazone, molinate, pendimethalin, quinclorac, thiobencarb and triclopyr.
Barnyardgrass (watergrass), brachiaris, coffeeweed, crabgrass, croton, curly indigo, ducksalad, foxtail, goose grass, gulf cockspur, mexicanweed, miller, morning glory, northern jointvetch, paragrass, pigweed, redstem, sesbania, small flower umbrella plant, smartweed, sourdock, spearhead, sprangletop and wiregrass.
||propanil 360g/L EC
||USD5.00-5.50/litre FOB Shanghai
||5 litres/drum , 4 drums/carton