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Description

ANTU is an abbreviation for the chemical compound Anthraquinone. It is a naturally occurring substance found in plants, fungi, and bacteria, and is used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications. Anthraquinone is a toxic substance that can cause skin and eye irritation, as well as respiratory and gastrointestinal problems. Long-term exposure to anthraquinone can lead to liver and kidney damage.

Associated brand names:
  ▸ Aldar
  ▸ Aldar-P
  ▸ Aldar-S
  ▸ Aldar-T
  ▸ Aldar-X
  ▸ Aldar-Z
  ▸ Aldar-Plus
  ▸ Aldar-Max
  ▸ Aldar-Plus-Plus
  ▸ Aldar-Ultra
  ▸ Aldar-Ultra-Plus
  ▸ Aldar-Ultra-Max

Synonyms
  • 1-naphthyl-thiourea
  • alpha-naphthyl thiocarbamide
  • alpha-naphthyl thiourea
Classifications
  • pesticide
  • rodenticide

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