Identification

Description


Formule moléculaire brute : C4H7Cl2O4P

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • 0,0,-DIMETHYL 0-(2,2-DICHLOROVINYL) PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLORO VINYL DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROETHENOL DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL DIMETHYLPHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL PHOSPHORIC ACID DIMETHYL ESTER
  • 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL ALCOHOL, DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL DIMETHYL PHOSPHORIC ACID ESTER
  • 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL DIMETHYLPHOSPHATE
  • 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL-O,O-DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • ALPHA,ALPHA-DICHLOROVINYL PHOSPHATE
  • DICHLORO-2,2 VINYL DIMETHYLPHOSPHATE
  • Dichlorvos
  • DIMETHYL 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL PHOSPHATE
  • DIMETHYL 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL PHOSPHATE
  • DIMETHYL DICHLOROVINYL PHOSPHATE
  • DIMETHYL-O,O-DICHLORO-VINYL-2,2-PHOSPHATE
  • DIMETHYL-O,O-DICHLOROVINYL-2,2-PHOSPHATE
  • ETHENOL, 2,2-DICHLORO-, DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • O,O-DIMETHYL DICHLOROVINYL PHOSPHATE
  • O,O-DIMETHYL O-2,2-DICHLOROVINYL PHOSPHATE
  • O-(2,2-DICHLORO-VINYL) O,O-DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • PHOSPHATE DE DIMETHYLE ET DE 2,2-DICHLOROVINYLE
  • PHOSPHORIC ACID, 2,2-DICHLOROVINYL DIMETHYL ESTER
  • VINYL ALCOHOL, 2,2-DICHLORO-, DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
  • VINYLOFOS
  • VINYLOPHOS

Noms anglais :

  • DICHLOROPHOS
  • DICHLOROVOS
  • DICHLORPHOS
  • Dichlorvos
  • Dichlorvos (DDVP)
  • PHOSPHORIC ACID, 2,2-DICHLOROETHENYL DIMETHYL ESTER
Utilisation et sources d'émission 1 2 3 4

Le dichlorvos est un insecticide et un acaricide. Il est utilisé pour contrôler les insectes dans plusieurs endroits comme des granges, des serres et des entrepôts de nourriture. Il peut aussi être utilisé pour traiter des infections parasitaires chez des animaux ou des humains.

Références

Autres sources d'information

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    http://monographs.iarc.fr/
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