Methiocarb

IUPAC Name: (3,5-dimethyl-4-methylsulfanylphenyl) N-methylcarbamate

Source: Used as a multipurpose pesticide.

Water Treatment: https://tdb.epa.gov/tdb/contaminant?id=10881

Summary: Methiocarb (also known as Baysol) is a carbamate compound used as a multipurpose pesticide. It has a solubility of 27 mg/L at 20 C and is soluble in organic solvents. Decomposition produces toxic fumes of nitrogen and sulfur oxides. Photodegradation occurs naturally and helps remove methiocarb from the environment. Methiocarb has a few well known environmental transformation products such as Methiocarb sulfoxide. Has low mobility in soil, and has a half life in soil ranging from 17-111 days under aerobic conditions. Methiocarb has a soil adsorption coefficient of 208.93 L/kg.

Methiocarb

GHS Hazard Statement: H301, H400, H410, GHS06, GHS09