Triphenyltin chloride is an organic compound that appears as a white or light yellow crystalline powder, insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents such as benzene, xylene, and ethanol.
Its solution is colorless and stable at room temperature. It has moderate toxicity, can degrade in the natural environment and metabolize in organisms. It does not cause bi-potential corrosion when used as a coating on metals.
It is effective against diseases such as Cercospora Leaf Spot of Sugar Beet, Late Blight of Potato, and Rice Sesame Spot Disease, and can be used as an insecticidal sterilant to suppress the reproduction of houseflies.
- Common name: Triphenyltin chloride
- CAS No.: 639-58-7
- Molecular formula: C18H15ClSn
- Molecular weight: 385.47
- State: Solid
- Packing: 40 kg/bag or paperboard drum
- Application: Used to prevent and control sugar beet brown spot disease, potato late blight, rice sesame spot disease, and can also be used as an insect sterilant to inhibit the reproduction of houseflies.