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Vapor pressures of MCPA herbicide and of its salt and ester formulations

Vapor pressures of MCPA herbicide and of its salt and ester formulations

Abstracts of Papers 183rd ACS National Meeting, Nevada, 1982: PEST 63

Vapour pressures of MCPA, 4-chloro-o-cresol (4-CLOC), and commercial formulations of the dimethylamine (DMA) and sodium salts and the butoxyethanol (BE) ester of MCPA were measured using a vapour saturation technique. MCPA had vapour pressures of 2.60 X 10-5 and 6.51 X 10-5mm Hg at 40 deg C and 50 deg C respectively. Vapour pressures for 4-CLOC were 3-8 X 103 times greater, while vapour pressures for the DMA formulations were similar to those for MCPA itself.

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