Derivatives of carbamic acid

  • N. N. Melnikov


Derivatives of carbamic acid are widely used as chemical agents for plant protection. The aryl esters of N-methylcarbamic acid are used to control harmful insects. The alkyl esters of N-arylcarbamic acids are powerful herbicides for the control of monocotyledonous weeds. Fungicidal compounds are also found among the derivatives of carbamic acid. The relationship of the biological activity of this group of compounds to their structure has been studied, and for some of the most important compounds their metabolism in living organisms has been investigated.


Tertiary Amine Herbicidal Activity Phenyl Isocyanate Wettable Powder Carbamic Acid 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. N. Melnikov
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  1. 1.University of MoscowRussia

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