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Pesticide Spectra


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The following mass spectra were generated by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Pesticide Control Program's laboratory.

An Agilent 5973N GC/MS equipped to run chemical ionization was used to acquire all of the mass spectral data.

Questions or feedback, contact Ed Reilly (Laboratory Manager).

Electron Ionization (EI) Spectra - mass spectra generated in the electron ionization mode.

Negative Chemical Ionization (NCI) Spectra - mass spectra generated in the negative (-) chemical ionization mode using methane as the reagent gas.

Positive Chemical Ionization (PCI) Spectra - mass spectra generated in the positive (+) chemical ionization mode using methane as the reagent gas.

Compound
EI Spectra
NCI Spectra
PCI Spectra
2,4,5-T methyl ester
2,4-5-TP methyl ester
2,4-D methyl ester
--
2,4-DB methyl ester
--
2-imidazolidinethion (ETU)
--
--
3,5-Dichlorobenzoic acid
4,4'-DDD
--
4,4'-DDE
4,4'-DDT
--
Acephate
--
--
Acetochlor
--
Acifluorfen methyl ester
Alachlor
--
Aldrin
Ametryne
--
Atraton
--
Atrazine
Avitrol
--
--
Azinphos-methyl
Azoxystrobin
--
Bentazon
BHC (alpha)
BHC (beta)
BHC (delta)
BHC (gamma)
Bifenthrin
--
Bromacil
--
Butachlor
--
Butylate
--
Captan
--
Carbaryl
--
Carboxin
--
Chloramben methyl ester
Chlorfenapyr
--
--
Chlorothalonil
Chlorpyrifos
--
Chlorpropham
--
--
Chlorthal dimethyl ester
Clomazone
--
--
Clopyralid methyl ester
Cyanazine
Cycloate
--
Cyfluthrin
--
--
Cyhalothrin (lamda)
--
Cypermethrin
--
--
DEF
Deltamethrin
--
--
Desethyl Atrazine
--
--
Diazinon
Dicamba methyl ester
Dichlorprop methyl ester
--
Dichlorvos
Dicofol
--
--
Dieldrin
--
Dinoseb methyl ester
Diphenamid
--
Disulfoton
Endosulfan I
Endosulfan II
Endosulfan sulfate
--
Endrin
Endrin aldehyde
Endrin ketone
EPTC
--
Esfenvalerate
Ethoprop
Etridiazole
--
--
Fenamiphos
--
Fenarimol
Fipronil
Fluridone
--
--
Heptachlor
Heptachlor epoxide
Hexazinone
--
Malaoxon
--
--
Malathion
MCPA methyl ester
--
MCPP methyl ester
--
--
Merphos
--
Metalaxyl
--
Methamidophos
--
Methidathion
--
--
Methiocarb
--
--
Methoprene
--
--
Methoxychlor
--
Metolachlor
Metribuzin
Mevinphos
MGK-264 peak 1
--
MGK-264 peak 2
--
Molinate
--
Myclobutanil
Naled
--
Napropamide
--
Norflurazon
Oxadiazon
--
--
Oxyfluorfen
Parathion (ethyl)
--
Parathion (methyl)
Pebulate
--
Pendimethalin
--
Pentachloroanisole
Pentachloronitrobenzene
--
--
Permethrin
--
Phosmet
Picloram methyl ester
Piperonyl butoxide (PBO)
--
p-Nitroanisole
--
Prodiamine
--
--
Prometon
--
Prometryn
--
Pronamide
Propamocarb
--
--
Propazine
--
Propicanazole peak 1
--
Propicanazole peak 2
--
Pyriproxyfen
--
Resmethrin
--
Simazine
--
Simetryn
--
Stirofos
Sumithrin
--
Tebuthiuron
--
Tefluthrin
Terbacil
Terbufos
Terbutryn
--
Triadimefon
Triclorfon
--
--
Triclopyr methyl ester
--
--
Tricyclazole
--
--
Trifloxystrobin
Trifluralin
Vernolate
--
Vinclozolin

 

 
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