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Acifluorfen, sodium

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(CAS#: 62476-59-9)

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CAS: 62476-59-9

Scientific Name: SODIUM 5-(2-CHLORO-4-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)PHENOXY)-2-NITROBENZOATE

Also known as:

5-(2-chloro-4- (triflouromethyl)phenoxy)-2-nitro-benzoic acid, sodium salt

BENZOIC ACID, 5-(2-CHLORO-4-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)PHENOXY)-2-NITRO-, SODIUM SALT

European Commission: Acifluorfen:

Not allowed to be used as an active ingredient after July 25, 2003.

However, a specific exemption for continued use of Acifluorfen has been allowed for use on Soybean in Italy

Phisical data:

Molecular Formula: C14H7ClF3NO5.Na

Other information:

Acifluorfen sodium salt (5-(2-chloro-4- (triflouromethyl)phenoxy)-2-nitro-benzoic acid, sodium salt). Acifluorfen is classified as a Group B2 compound, i.e., the chemical is a probable human carcinogen . Acifluorfen produced an increased incidence of combined malignant and benign liver tumors in two different strains of mice. The compound also displayed positive mutagenic activity in several non-mammalian test systems, and is structurally similar to four other diphenyl ether herbicide compounds which caused increased incidences of liver tumors in two different strains of mice. EPA believes that there is sufficient evidence for listing acifluorfen sodium salt on EPCRA section 313 pursuant to EPCRA section 313(d)(2)(B) based on the available carcinogenicity data.

Adverse Effects:

Anemia
Body Weight Decrease
Bone
Brain
Cancer: Probable Human Carcinogen - LIVER
Endocrine: Testicular
Eye
Kidney
Liver
Stomach

Manufacturer:

Aventis (Rhone-Poulenc),

Rohm & Haas

BASF sold to United Phosphorus Ltd. in 2003