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Solubilization of bound residues from 3,4-dichloroaniline-14C and propanil-phenyl-14C-treated rice root tissues


Solubilization of bound residues from 3,4-dichloroaniline-14C and propanil-phenyl-14C-treated rice root tissues



Bound and Conjugated Pesticide Residues; ed by DD Kaufman, GG Still, GD Paulson, SK Bandal A symposium sponsored by the Division of Pesticide Chemistry, Colorado, 1975 ACS Symposium Series 29: 156-165



Rice root tissue bound residues of 3,4-dichloroaniline-14C and propanil-phenyl-14C were refluxed with a series of solubilizing agents. Dilute nitric acid was found to be an efficient reagent for this purpose, a significant proportion of the radio-label appearing as volatile hexane soluble compounds. These same compounds were also produced when N-ethyl-3,4-dichloroaniline was refluxed with dilute nitric acid.

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