A number of methylpropyldithiophosphinic acid esters, which possess acaricidal properties, was obtained by the aikylation of sodium methylpropyldithiophosphinate with halo derivatives.
Replacement of the ethoxy group in methyldithiophosphonic acaricides by the propyl group causes profound changes in the physiological activity.
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Mastryukova, T.A., Shipov, A.É., Zhdanova, G.V. et al. Some methylpropyldithiophosphinates as potential insecticides. Russ Chem Bull 27, 440–442 (1978). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00923905
- Acid Ester
- Physiological Activity