Isoprocarb –is carbamate pesticide preferred majorly as insecticide. If ingested or exposed to other chemicals isoprocarb is known to result in different symptoms. The popular chemical names for Isoprocarb consist of o-Cumenyl methylcarbamate, Etrofolan, 2-Isopropylphenyl N-methylcarbamate, Mipcine as well as Mipcin. The chemical name Mipcin for the aforesaid pesticide was consented to by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan.
Furthermore, the molecular weight of isoprocarb is 193.2423 g/mol and the molecular formulae of the carbamate pesticide is C11H15NO2. Isoprocarb find applications in the biochemistry i.e in cholinesterase inhibitor. Apart from it the carbamate is used to control leafhoppers comprising of the aphids, bugs, planthoppers and capsids among many others. The chemical protects crops such as vegetables, rice, sugarcane, cocoa and so on. Formulation types of isoprocarb consist of DP; EC; GR; HN; WP.
Focusing on its compatibility the chemical is completely incompatible with all alkaline materials. Recently Prof Research Reports has added a report titled “Global and Chinese Isoprocarb Industry, 2009-2019.” As per the report the demand for the upstream raw material and growing concern over protecting the yield would play an eminent role in ensuring growth in the isoprocarb market across the globe including China. Isoprocarb 97% tech appears white or at times pale yellow while isoprocarb 20% ec looks pale yellow. The a.i content in isoprocarb 97% tech is 97.02%; water 0.05% and free phenol nearly 0.25 %.