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Lawrence Jeffrey Cyril, Coffee Ronald Alan, Middleton Michael Robert: Agrochemical formulations.. Ici, January 9, 1980: EP0006293-A1 (31 worldwide citation)

Agrochemical formulations, especially herbicidal formulations, comprising water-in-oil emulsions of mean particle size below 10 microns wherein the oil phase is from 50 to 99% by weight, the aqueous phase being from 1 to 50% by weight and containing 1 to 25% by weight of a water-soluble agrochemical ...


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Ansgar Behler, Frank Clasen: Method for the alkoxylation of alkyl and/or alkenyl polyglycosides. Cognis IP Management, September 8, 2009: US07585830 (11 worldwide citation)

A process for the production of alkoxylated alkyl and/or alkenyl polyglycosides including reacting alkylene oxides with alkyl and alkenyl polyglycosides corresponding to formula (I): R1O-[G]p wherein R1 is an alkyl and/or alkenyl group containing 4-22 carbon atoms, G is a sugar unit containing 5 or ...


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Andreas Rochling, Frank Rosenfeldt: Agrochemical formulations. Bayer Cropscience, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, February 2, 2010: US07655599 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel agrochemical formulations based on ethylene diamine alkoxylate derivative emulsifiers, to a method for producing said formulations, and to the use of the same for applying the active ingredients contained therein.


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Taranta Claude, Kraushaar Arnold, Bratz Matthias: Liquid non aqueous agrochemical formulations comprising distyrylphenol ethoxylate. Basf Se, Taranta Claude, Kraushaar Arnold, Bratz Matthias, BASF SE, October 4, 2007: WO/2007/110355 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to non-aqueos agrochemical formulations comprising (a) at least one pesticide; (b) at least one organic solvent; and (c) a mixture comprising a non-ionic distyrylphenol alkoxylate and a ionic distyrylphenol alkoxylate.


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Mahroussa Auda, Dirk Hoorne, Lodewijk Maria Rogiers: Homogenous agrochemical concentrates and agrochemical formulations obtained therefrom. Imperial Chemical, Pillsbury Winthrop, July 1, 2003: US06586366 (8 worldwide citation)

Oil based emulsifiable concentrates include (a) at least one oil component; (b) at least one surfactant hydrocarboxyl saccharide, particularly a surfactant hydrocarbyl polysaccharide (HPS); and (c) at least one other non-ionic surfactant. The concentrates are typically homogeneous for at least 24 ho ...


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Agrochemical formulations. Ici, December 19, 1979: GB2022418-A (7 worldwide citation)

Agrochemical formulations, especially herbicidal formulations, comprising water-in-oil emulsions of mean particle size below 10 microns wherein the oil phase is from 50 to 99% by weight, the aqueous phase is from 1 to 50% by weight and the agrochemical is 1 to 25% by weight of the formulation, the o ...


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Steven John Anderson, Neil Michael Carpenter: Succinic acid derivatives and their use as surfactants. Imperial Chemical, August 25, 1998: US05798331 (6 worldwide citation)

Compounds of formula (I), where R.sup.1, R.sup.2, R.sup.3, R.sup.4 and R.sup.5 have defined meanings ##STR1## are useful as surfactants especially in agrochemical formulations, pigment dispersions and domestic detergent formulations. Compounds where one of R.sup.1 and R.sup.2 is hydrogen and the oth ...


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Richard Michael Herbert, Jonathan Mercer Watkins, Martin Charles Crossman, Youry Den Tandt, Steven Irene Jozef Reekmans, Frank Dirk Jozef Hartmann: Agrochemical formulations. Imperial Chemical, Pillsbury Winthrop, January 13, 2004: US06677399 (6 worldwide citation)

Water dispersible solid granular agrochemical formulations, typically in the form of wettable powders, particularly having an average particle size from 5 to 50 &mgr;m, or water dispersible granules, particularly having an average particle size of from 200 &mgr;m to 5 mm, include one or more water d ...


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Wada Takashi, Ogura Yasuhiro, Kume Ryuichi: Suspension-type agrochemical formulation.. Shionogi & Co, January 20, 1988: EP0253682-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

Suspension-type agrochemical formulations prepared by dispersing fine (e.g. 20 mu m or less) particles of a hydrophobic solid agrochemical in an aqueous medium, wherein the dispersion is achieved with a surfactant and a water-immiscible solvent in which the agrochemical is highly soluble, the solven ...



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