Properties, effects, residues, and analytics of the insecticide Endosulfan

  • H. Goebel
  • S. Gorbach
  • W. Knauf
  • R. H. Rimpau
  • H. Huttenbach
Conference paper
Part of the Residue Reviews book series (RECT, volume 83)

Abstract

Endosulfan is an insecticide possessing a relatively broad spectrum of activity ; as a cyclic sulfite ester, it differs from the chlorinated hydrocarbons of the cyclodiene group by its physiological properties and behavior in the organism as well as by its extremely sparing action on beneficial insects. The technical active substance consists of two isomers, α- and β-endosulfan, which both possess similar insecticidal properties. Endosulfan was synthesized at Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft by Frensch and Goebel (1954 and 1954 a), the insecticidal effect of which was discovered by Frensch et al. (1954 b), and brought onto the market under the registered trade name Thiodan®.

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Toxicity Chlorinate Bark Amylase Epoxide 

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