Mevinphos

IUPAC Name: Methyl 3-dimethoxyphosphoryloxybut-2-enoate

Source: Used as an insecticide on a wide range of crops.

Water Treatment: https://tdb.epa.gov/tdb/contaminant?id=10580

Summary: Mevinphos (also known as Phosdrin) is a pale yellow liquid at room temperature. It is an organophosphate used as a pesticide. It is soluble in water up to 600,000 mg/L. Mevinphos may be corrosive to some plastics and rubber. Partial oxidation may produce fires or explosions. It adsorbs better to clay soils, while in sand soils it may become mobile and leach. It is not expected to be a negatively impacting aerosol. Gravitational settling and reaction with ozone degrades mevinphos to a half life of 4.5 hours.

GHS Hazard Statement: H227, H300, H310, H330, H331, H370, H372, H400, H410, GHS06, GHS08, GHS09