Zoltan Damo, Gerhard Frisch, Hans Rochling, Heinz Josef Niessen, Wolfgang Wirth: Oil-in-water emulsions and a process for their preparation and their use. Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft, October 13, 1992: US05154754 (22 worldwide citation)

Oil-in-water emulsions (microemulsions) containing 0.01-80% by weight of at least one agrochemical active substance of low water-solubility, one active substance for combating pests in the domestic and hygiene sector and/or one pharmacologically active substance, 1% to 30% by weight of an emulsifier ...

Koji Sakuta: Water-base agrochemical composition containing polyether-modified silicone. Shin-Etsu Chemical, Millen White Zelano & Branigan P C, October 9, 2001: US06300283 (22 worldwide citation)

A water-base agrochemical composition containing a polyether-modified organopolysiloxane compound as a spreader is proposed to improve spreadability of the agricultural chemical compound over plants. The polyether-modified organopolysiloxane compound is characterized by a specific weight fraction of ...

David B Edwards, Alan J Aldred: Containers. Rhone Poulenc Agriculture, Morgan & Finnegan, May 14, 1996: US05516562 (22 worldwide citation)

A container suitable for hazardous liquids such as agrochemical concentrates comprises an outer shell (I) made from a compressed fiber material, typically recycled biodegradable material, having an associated barrier (3) comprising a water soluble or water dispersible polymeric material. The contain ...

Chamberlain Peter, Langley John Graham: Particulate materials, their production and use.. Allied Colloids, July 25, 1990: EP0379379-A2 (21 worldwide citation)

Agrochemical and other particulate compositions are formed by coacervation. The coacervate is preferably formed from two water soluble coacervating polymers and stabilises the particles against agglomeration. The coacervate is preferably formed from a relatively low molecular weight cationic polymer ...

Regan Crooks, Mathieu Joanicot, Robert K Prud&apos Homme, Joel Coret: Aqueous suspension of nanoparticles comprising an agrochemical active ingredient. October 28, 2003: US06638994 (20 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an aqueous suspension of particles, said particles comprising an organic active ingredient. A controlled release of the ingredient occurs. The invention is especially suitable for the controlled release of organic agrochemical active ingredients useful in crop sciences, such ...

Lambie Alan James, Akred Brian John, Nicholson William John, Newton Jill Elisabeth: Agrochemial or biocidal suspensions.. Albright & Wilson, September 19, 1990: EP0388239-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

A suspension comprising an aqueous structured surfactant having suspended therein particles or droplets of a substantially water insoluble or sparingly soluble biocidal or agrochemical active substance in a weight ratio of total surfactant to said active substance of less than 20:1.

Kolazi S Narayanan: Soluble polymer based matrix for chemically active water insoluble components. ISP Investments, Marilyn J Maue, William J Davis, Walter Katz, July 7, 1998: US05776856 (20 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a water soluble matrix composition comprising an anionic surfactant, a C.sub.6 to C.sub.18 alkyl pyrrolidone, urea and a water insoluble copolymer of vinyl pyrrolidone with not more than 50 wt. % of a comonomer selected from the group of an .alpha.-olefin, vinyl acetate, an ...


Brian Edwards David, John Mccarthy William, Hodakowski Leonard E, Chen Chi Yu R, Gouge Samuel T: Soluble sachets. Rhone Poulenc Agriculture, November 27, 1991: GB2244258-A (19 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a package which comprises a hazardous chemical dissolved or dispersed in a liquid or gel contained in a water-soluble or water-dispersible laminated film bag, sachet or container. The chemical comprises an agrochemical such as a pesticide, herbicide.

Kunz Walter Dr, Nyfeler Robert Dr, Meyer Alfred Dr, Frick Willy Dr, Maier Ludwig Dr, Sturm Elmar Dr: Microbicide agent.. Ciba-Geigy, September 15, 1982: EP0060223-A2 (19 worldwide citation)

There are described novel 1-aryl-2-azolylethene derivatives of the general formula I in which X represents -CH= or -N=; Ar represents phenyl, biphenyl-4-yl, alpha -naphthyl, beta -naphthyl or 4-phenoxyphenyl; R1, R2, R3 independently of one another represent hydrogen, halogen, cyano, nitro, C1-C4-al ...

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