What are the environmental impacts of phoxim?

Health hazard

Invasion pathways: inhalation, ingestion and percutaneous absorption.

Health hazards: This product is a low toxic organophosphorus insecticide. It can inhibit the activity of cholinesterase. Symptoms of poisoning include headache, dizziness, nausea, sweating, salivation, pupil shrinkage, abdominal pain and other symptoms.

Toxicity Data and Environmental Behavior

Toxicity: The toxicity of the original drug is slightly higher than that of the pure product.

Acute toxicity: LD502170mg/kg (male rat oral); 1000mg/kg (rat percutaneous); 250mg/kg (dog oral); 250-500mg/kg (female cat and dog oral); 250-375 (female rabbit oral)

Phoxim is low toxic to humans and livestock. It has contact and fumigation toxicity to bees.

The tolerance limits of aquatic organisms were 0.1-1.0 ppm for carp and trout and 1-10 ppm for goldfish.

Aquatic crustaceans are more sensitive, 0.01 ppm, can cause death of aquatic cladocera.

Degradation: It is easy to degrade in the environment. Under the irradiation of light (ultraviolet or sunlight), the photolysis product is thioterp.

Hazard Characteristics: When exposed to open fire, high heat and flammable. It is decomposed by high heat and emits high toxic fumes.

Combustion (decomposition) products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrogen cyanide, sulfur oxide, phosphorus oxide.