CAS No.: 2439-99-8 Formula: C4H11NO8P2
Synonyms: cp41845; n,n-bis(phosphonomethyl)-glycin; N,N-BIS(PHOSPHONOMETHYL)GLYCINE; N-(CARBOXYMETHYL)IMINODI(METHYLPHOSPHINIC ACID); GLYPHOSINE; GLYCINE-N,N-BIS(METHYLENEPHOSPHONIC ACID); Polaris(monsanto); Glyphosphine; polaris; N,N-bis phophonomethyl glycine; glyphosine (ISO) N,N-bis(phosphonomethyl)glycine; 2-(Bis(phosphonomethyl)amino)acetic acid; N,N-Di(phosphonomethyl)glycine; Nitrilomonomethylcarbonyldimethylphosphonic acid;
Glyphosate is a plant growth regulator with significant effects on ripening and sugar-increasing, low toxicity and low residue. It can be used for growth regulation of crops such as sugarcane, sugar beet, sweet potato, fruit, soybean and cotton. In addition, glyphosate has a methylene phosphonic acid structure, which conforms to the structure of phosphonic acid corrosion inhibitors, and can also be used as a metal corrosion inhibitor Chemicalbook agent. Organic phosphonic acid corrosion inhibitors can chemically react with Ca2+, Fe2+, etc. in water or solution to form a layer of insoluble precipitates or complexes, and continuously deposit on the metal surface to form a dense protective film. The metal surface is separated from the corrosive environment, reducing the metal corrosion rate.
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