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Identification of dinocap in water using GC/IR and GC/MS

, : Identification of dinocap in water using GC/IR and GC/MS. Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 352(7/8): 743-747

The determination of dinocap, one of the most commonly used acaricides and contact fungicides, is complicated by the fact that it consists of several isomeric alkyldinitro-phenyl-crotonates.

Accession: 002863425

DOI: 10.1007/bf00323058

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