Uniform expression of active constituents

The methods for expressing active constituents shown in Table 1 should be used for the chemicals listed.

Table 1: Uniform expression of active constituents
Chemical or group Particulars to be shown in active constituent statement
Aluminium phosphide [x] g/kg PHOSPHINE (PH3) present as ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE
Bacillus thuringiensis Bacillus thuringiensis [subspecies]
Borates see Inorganic compounds of elements
Boron see Inorganic compounds of elements
Calcium hypochlorite see Chlorine-generating compounds

Chlorine-generating compounds:

  • Calcium hypochlorite
  • Chlorinated lime
  • Chlorine dioxide Lithium hypochlorite
  • Sodium dichloroisocyanurate
  • Sodium hypochlorite
  • Trichloroisocyanuric acid
[x] g/kg or [x] g/L available CHLORINE (Cl) present as [name of compound in capitals]
Chlorinated lime see Chlorine-generating compounds
Copper see Inorganic compounds of elements
Creosotes see Phenolic preparations
Fluorine compounds, inorganic [x] g/kg or [x] g/L available FLUORINE (F) present as [name of compound in capitals]
Formalin g/kg or [x] g/L FORMALDEHYDE

Inorganic compounds of elements:

  • Boron
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Lead (except lead arsenate)
  • Mercury
  • Molybdenum
  • Nickel
  • Selenium
  • Thallium
  • Zinc
[x] g/kg or [x] g/L [element by name and symbol] present as [name of compound in capitals]  
Iodophor [x] g/L available IODINE (I) present as [name of compound in capitals]
Iron see Inorganic compounds of elements
Kerosene (-ine) [x] g/L KEROSENE (-INE)
Lead see Inorganic compounds of elements
Lime sulphur [x] g/kg or [x] g/L SULPHUR (S) as polysulphide sulphur
Magnesium phosphide [x] g/kg MAGNESIUM PHOSPHIDE developing [x] g/kg PHOSPHINE (PH3)
Metham [x] g/L METHAM present as the sodium salt
Methyl bromide [x] g/kg METHYL BROMIDE
Mineral oil see Petroleum oil
Naphthalene acetic acid [x] g/kg NAPHTHALENE ACETIC ACID present as the [name of salt]
Nickel see Inorganic compounds of elements
Organic compounds of elements:
Mercury
[x] g/kg or [x] g/L [element] present as [name of organic compound in capitals]
Paradichlorobenzene [x] g/kg or [x] g/L PDB
Petroleum oil [x] mL/L or [x] g/L PETROLEUM OIL (AS 1888–1976)
Phenolic preparations [x] g/kg or [x] g/L PHENOL and/or homologues by name; for example, [x] g/kg or g/L HIGH TEMPERATURE COAL TAR CREOSOTE (conforming to AS 1143, Type 1)
Phosphine [x] g/kg PHOSPHINE (PH3)
see also Aluminium phosphide or Magnesium phosphide
Pyrethrum preparations [x] g/kg or [x] g/L PYRETHRINS
Selenium see Inorganic compounds of elements
Sodium chlorate [x] g/kg or [x] g/L SODIUM CHLORATE
Sodium dichloroisocyanurate see Chlorine-generating compounds
Sodium fluoride see Fluorine compounds
Sodium hypochlorite see Chlorine-generating compounds
Sodium pentachlorophenate [x] g/kg or [x] g/L PENTACHLOROPHENOL present as SODIUM PENTACHLOROPHENATE
Sodium salicylanilide [x] g/kg or [x] g/L SODIUM SALICYLANILIDE
Spraying oils see Petroleum oil
Strychnine [x] g/kg or [x] g/L STRYCHNINE
Strychnine compounds [x] g/kg or [x] g/L STRYCHNINE present as [name of compound in capitals]
Sulphur (elemental) [x] g/kg or g/L SULPHUR (S) present as [form of sulphur] (unless the distinguishing name is sufficiently descriptive)
Thallium preparations see Inorganic compounds of elements
Triazine compounds (except cyromazine) [x] g/kg or [x] g/L approved name in capitals and related active triazines (minimum g/kg or g/L approved name in capitals)
White spirit blend of KEROSENES (INES) containing [x] g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBONS
Zinc see Inorganic compounds of elements

 

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