Formulation of Sumithion

  • Noboru Muramoto
Conference paper
Part of the Single Pesticide Volume: Sumithion book series (RECT, volume 60)


Chemically pure Sumithion forms in yellowish crystals which melt at 0.3°C, while the technical grade containing 95% or more of the pure material is a yellowish brown liquid which does not crystallize at such a low temperature as —10°C.


Diatomaceous Earth Anionic Surfactant Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methyl Isobutyl Ketone Emulsifiable Concentrate 
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