triorganotin

triorganotin

A family of highly toxic organotins which, depending on the substituted organic group, have been deployed as acaricides, bactericides, fungicides and miticides.
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In present work aniline derivatives of Betulinic acid were synthesized followed by the synthesis of diorganotin and triorganotin metal complexes.
Hence, in several countries, the utilization of triorganotin compounds including TBT and TPT is legally banned or restricted.
Predicting toxicity using computed molecular topologies: the example of triorganotin compounds, Chemosphere 13: 575-584.
Plus, the industry is also faced with the implementation of regulations eliminating the use of triorganotin compounds that are used to prevent the fouling of ships hulls by barnacles, seaweed, and bacteria.
Saleem and B, Mirza, Electrochemical and spectroscopic investigations of carboxylic acid ligand and its triorganotin complexes for their binding with ds.
Barbieri, "Triorganotin and triorganolead derivatives of N-acetylamino-acids," Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions, no.
Toxicity of triorganotin compounds: comparative in vivo studies with a series of trialkyltin compounds and triphenyltin chloride in male rats.
For the triorganotin compounds, the primary fragmentation from the molecular ion appeared in two ways.
HOMO-LUMO calculations show that chlorodiorganotin complexes are more susceptible to nucleophilic attack as compared to triorganotin complexes.