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|Purity:||95%||Application:||Insecticide,Agriculture,pesticide,Pest Control,Prevent And Control Flies And|
|Appearance:||Yellow Liquid||Shelf Life:||Stored Away From Direct Sun Light,3-4 Years|
|Storage:||Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place,Dry Place,Stored In A Cool And Dry Well-closed Container||Label:||Customized Design,OEM|
|Solubility:||Methanal,water Insoluble,Soluble In Polar Organic Solvents Such As Ethanol,acetone|
99%TC Dipel Biological Insecticide,
Diethyltoluamide Pest Control Insecticide,
Diethyltoluamide Mosquito Repellent Insecticide
Key words: diethyltoluamide99%TC DEET Mosquito repellent Flies killing Home pest control products Pest control Liquid deet product
DEET was developed in 1944 by Samuel Gertler of the United States Department of Agriculture for use by the United States Army,
following its experience of jungle warfare during World War II.
It was originally tested as a pesticide on farm fields, and entered military use in 1946 and civilian use in 1957. It was used in Vietnam and
In its original form known as "bug juice", the application solution for DEET was composed of 75% DEET and ethanol.
Later, a new version of the repellent was developed by U.S. Army and the USDA.
This incarnation consisted of DEET and polymers that extended the release of the DEET and reduced its evaporation rate.[
This extended-release application was registered by the EPA in 199
Diethyltoluamide (DEET) is the common active ingredient in many insect repellent products.
It is widely used to repel biting pests such as mosquitoes and ticks. Every year,
DEET formulations are used to protect populations from mosquito-borne illnesses like West Nile Virus, the Zika virus,
malaria, and/or tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
And, despite concerns over excessive exposure to the chemical,
appropriate usage of the chemical at the recommended dosages and routes of administration
have generally proven to be safe - even when most DEET products are largely designed to
be applied directly to human skin, where the exact mechanisms of actions in which
DEET is capable of repelling insects and causing toxicity to humans is still not fully elucidated.
|Product name||DEET diethyltoluamide 99% mosquito repellent WHO recommend CAS NO 134-62-3|
English Name: DEET; N, N-Diethyl-m-toluamide; m-Toluic acid diethylamide; 3-methyl-2-deutero-N, N-diethylbenzamide; 3-Methyl-N, N-diethylbenzamide; AI 3-22542; AI 3-22542; ai3-22542; amincenec-em; Autan; Baker'S antifol; N, N-diethyl-3-methyl-Benzamide; n, n-diethyl-m-toluamid; 2 ,4-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide
CAS No.: 134-62-3
EINECS No.: 205-149-7
Molecular Formula: C12H17NO
Molecular Weight: 191.2695
InChI: InChI = 1/C12H17NO/c1-4-9-6-7-11 ( 12 (13) 14) 10 (5-2) 8 (9) 3/h6-7H ,4-5H2 ,1-3H3, (H2, 13,14)
Boiling point: 268.9 ° C at 760 mmHg
Flash point: 116.4 ° C
vapor pressure: 0.0075mmHg at 25 ° C
physicochemical properties: the nature of light yellow liquid.
A light citrus fragrance smell.
DEET is an insect repellent generally used on exposed skin or on clothing, to discourage
1. DEET has a broad spectrum of activity, effective as a repellent against mosquitoes
(Culicidae - Mosquitoes (Family)), biting flies, chiggers, fleas and ticks
2. DEET is available as aerosol products for application to human skin and clothing,
liquid products for application to human skin and clothing, skin lotions, impregnated
materials (e.g. towelettes, wristbands, tablecloths), products registered for use on
animals and products registered for use on surfaces.
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