dibromoethane


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dibromoethane

a fungistat used to protect stored grain from weevils which causes fatal edema, fibrosis and alveolar epithelialization of the lungs when eaten by livestock.
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The new synthesis route to 1 includes monoalkylation of 4-aminobenzonitrile with dibromoethane resulting in bromoalkylamine 2, which may be used directly in the next step without purification.
1989); dibromoethane at or below concentrations found in grain silos (Huff 1983b); tetranitromethane at levels found in the munitions industry (Bucher et al.
Boron, cadmium, carbaryl, dibromoethane, kepone, toluenediamine, methyl mercury, and dinitrotoluene have been reported to be detrimental to either the density or the morphology of sperm (4,7-9); however, our patient was not significantly exposed to any of these chemicals.