Common name: Bifenthrin Other name: Biphenthrin, Bridge, Capture, Talstar Chemical name: [2-menthylbiphenyl]-3-ylmethyl(Z)-(1RS, 3RS)-3-(2-chloro-3, 3, 3-trifluoro-propenyl)-2, 2- dimethylcyclopanecarboxylate CAS No.: 82657-04-3 Molecular formula: C23H22CIF3O2 Molecular weight: 422.86 CAS number: 82657-04-3 Chemical Structure: Physical and chemical property: Description White solid Purity 95% Density: 1.21/25 Vapor pressure 2.4× 10-5pa/25 Melting point: 68~70.6 Solubility Soluble in most organic solvents, insoluble in water (in water 0.1mg/L at 25), Stability Stable in acid Acute toxicity Oral LD50 Rat: 316mg/kg, Dermal LD50 rabbits>2000mg/kg Chronic toxicity NOEL: 2.5 mg/kg/day(rat); 1.5 mg/kg/day(dog) Application: Used as insecticide and termitide for the control of insects by contact and stomach poison activity, with a rapid knock down. It acts by paralyzing the nervous systems of insects. Bifenthrin is not absorbed by plant foliage. In some states, bifenthrin was registered for use on cotton, apples, pears, bananas, rose, pine seeding orchards, trees, shrubs, and plants. Period of validity of validity of against acarid is 28 days. Package: Two-layer of nylon bags lined in paper barrel, 25Kg/barrel.