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  • Into Thin Air
    , peppers, grapes, carrots, almonds, and other consumer favorites --often require use of potent fumigants before planting to control soil-dwelling pests, such as nematodes, fungi, and weeds. But because of an impending prohibition against the widely used methyl bromide and new, more stringent ambient air
  • Pure Terephthalic Acid Plant
    the formulation of Pure Terephthalic Acid (PTA). During the production process, methyl bromide is converted to hydrogen bromide. The pollution control system had to be designed to withstand the corrosiveness of the hydrogen bromide and varied organic loadings which alter the temperature
  • Microwaves Zap Grain Pests
    , but the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is banning a commonly used fumigant, methyl bromide, in 2001. "We are demonstrating that high-power microwaves can efficiently and economically kill insects in stored grain, " says Burkholder. In preliminary studies done 2 years ago, Burkholder and Halverson
  • Preparing Agriculture for a Changing World
    is an air pollutant and a minor greenhouse gas. In the upper atmosphere, it forms a layer that helps protect us from sunburn and skin cancer by absorbing some of the ultraviolet radiation from the sun. Click here to learn about ARS research on methyl bromide alternatives. The "hole " refers
  • EGPIC: An Automated Insect Census-Taker
    to target treatments by knowing what is going on at any given moment. This is a big advantage, considering the proposed worldwide ban on methyl bromide, a widely used, highly effective fumigant used for stored product insect control. The United States, in accordance with the U.S. Environmental
  • Physical Properties of Gases
    . 16.04. -296.5. -258.7. 0.042. 23.7. 0.555. -115.8. 673.1. 10.12. Methyl Bromide CH3Br. 94.94. -136.5. 38.4. 27.7. 0.244. 4.1. 3.355. 381.2. 757. 38.01. Methyl Chloride CH3Cl. 50.49. -143.9. -11.6. 73.4. 0.132. 7.6. 1.784. 289.6. 968.7. 21.99. Methyl Mercaptan CH3SH. 48.11. -189.4. 44.2. 29.7
  • Chemical Reactivity with Brush Materials
    . Alcohol, Allyl. Alcohol, Amyl. Alcohol, Benzyl. Alcohol, Butyl. Alcohol, Butyl Phthalate. Alcohol, Cetyl. Alcohol, Diacetone. Alcohol, Ethyl [Ethanol]. Alcohol, Furfuryl. Alcohol, Heptyl. Alcohol, Hexyl. Alcohol, Isobutyl. Alcohol, Isopropyl. Alcohol, Lauryl. Alcohol, Methyl [Methanol]. Alcohol, Nonyl
  • Semiconductor Gas Recommendations
    . Gas. 12-1. Methyl Chloride. 1.771. 59 /. Toxic. 660. Liquefied. 64-2600. 74-2400. 64-2800. 74-2400. CH3Cl. 4.1. Flammable. Gas. 12-1. Neon. 0.696. 850 /. Asphyxiant. 580 /. Compressed. 64-2600. 74-2400. 64-2800. 74-2400. Ne. 58.6. 718. Gas. 12-1. Nitrogen. 0.967. 2640 /. Asphyxiant. 580

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