TCMTBThio Cyano Methyl Thio Benzothiazole
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This study compares TCMTB degradation via the electro-Fenton (EF) process and the anodic oxidation process in a filter press reactor FM01-LC.
The organic compound TCMTB was purchased from Insumos Agricolas Company (industrial grade, 30% purity).
For this study, two types of solutions were used: (a) a blank solution (0.02 M NaCl and 0.03 M [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4]) and (b) a synthetic solution (0.02 M NaCl, 0.03 M [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4], and 0.07 M TCMTB).
Electrochemical Degradation of TCMTB in a FM01-LC Filter Press-Type Electrochemical Cell.
For the case of [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] production in the synthetic solution (in presence of TCMTB), it was not possible to measure its concentration using the colorimetric method because the organic compound caused interference.
2000); and c) that exposures to at least two hits from the screen, Maneb and TCMTB, show a high level of germline disruption, indicating that the GFP readout can indicate the disruption of germline processes.
Worms were exposed for either 24 hr (A) or 65 hr (6) to each compound, at a concentration of 100 [micro]M [except for mancozeb, dicofol, 2-(thiocyanomethylthio) benzothiazole (TCMTB), phosalone, chlorophene, endosulfan, parathion-methyl, which were further diluted 10-fold, and chlorpyrifos-methyl, which was used at 1 [micro]M, to circumvent lethality].
(6) DAPI staining of germline nuclei revealed profound germline defects after exposure to Maneb and TCMTB (bars = 50 [micro]m).
The active agent in Fungicide FDE is TCMTB. This heterocyclic compound was first used on leather in the early 1970s [43,44], and in the 1980s it was tested (in the form of a commercial product containing 30% of TCMTB) both in the laboratory and in tanneries [44].
This result confirms the statement that TCMTB is accumulated by fats, which leads to the weakening of the antibacterial protection of the leather samples [42].
[6.] Reregistration Eligibility Decision for 2-(Thiocyano methylthio) benzothiazole (TCMTB).
Controlling fungal growth on leather: correlation of TCMTB uptake and duration of mould resistance.