Table 9122 Organic Chemicals That May Rapidly React With Soil Water And Groundwater

acetic anhydride acetyl bromide acetyl chloride acrolein acrylonitrile

3-aminopropiononitrile bis(difluoroboryl)methane butyldichloroborane calcium cyanamide

2-chloroethylamine chlorosulfonyl isocyanate chlorotrimethylsilane cyanamide

2-cyanoethanol cyanoformyl chloride cyanogen chloride dichlorodimethylsilane dichlorophenylborane dicyanoacetylene diethylmagnesium diethylzinc diketene dimethyaluminum chloride dimethylmagnesium dimethylzinc diphenylmagnesiuim 2,3-epoxypropionaldehyde oxime

N-ethyl-N-propylcarbamolyl chloride glyoxal isopropylisocyanide dichloride maleic anhydride methacrylic acid 2-methylaziridne methyl isocyanate methyl isocyanoacetate oxopropanedinitrile perfluorosilanes peroxyacetic acid peroxyformic acid peroxyfuroic acid peroxpivalic acid peroxytrifluoriacetic acid phenylphosphonyl dichloride phosphorus tricyanide pivaloyloxydiethylborane potassium bis(propynyl)palladate potassium bis(propynyl)platinate potassium diethynylplatinate potassium hexaethynylcobaltate potassium methanediazoate potassium tert-butoxide potassium tetracyanotitanate potassium tetraethynylnickelate propenoic acid sulfur trixoide-dimethylformamide sulfinylcyanamide 2,4,6-trichloro-1,3,5-triazine trichlorovinylsilane triethoxydialuminum tribromide vinyl acetate

Source: J. Dragun, 1988, The soil chemistry of hazardous materials (Silver Springs, MD: Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute).

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