Withdrawal of ISO/R 628-1967

Annulation de l'ISO/R 628-1967

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Withdrawn
Publication Date
30-Nov-1967
Withdrawal Date
30-Nov-1967
Current Stage
6060 - International Standard published
Completion Date
01-Dec-1967
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UDC 632.95
Ref. No.: lSO/R 628 - 1967 (E)
IS0
I N T ERN AT I O N A L FOR STAND A RD I ZATl O N
ORGAN IZAT 1 ON
IS0 RECOMMENDATION
R 628
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
SEVENTH LIST
1st EDITION
October 1967
COPYRIGHT RESERVED
The copyright of IS0 Recommendations and IS0 Standards
belongs to IS0 Member Bodies. Reproduction of these
documents, in any country, may be authorized therefore only
by the national standards organization of that country, being
a member of ISO.

For each individual country the only valid standard is the national standard of that country.

Printed in Switzerland

Also issued in French and Russian. Copies to be obtained through the national standards organizations.

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BRIEF HISTORY
The IS0 Recommendation R 628, Common Names for Pesticides - Seventh List, was

drawn up by Technical Committee ISO/TC 81, Common Names for Pesticides, the Secretariat

of which is held by the British Standards Institution (BSI).

Work on this question by the Technical Committee began in 1955 and led, in 1963, to the

adoption of a Draft IS0 Recommendation.

In April 1964, this Draft IS0 Recommendation (No. 725) was circulated to all the IS0

Member Bodies for enquiry. It was approved, subject to a few modifications of an editorial

nature, by the following Member Bodies :
Australia India Sweden
Austria Iran Switzerland
Belgium Ireland Turkey
Brazil Israel United Kingdom
Canada Italy U.S.A.
Colombia Netherlands U.S. S. R.
Czechoslovakia Portugal Yugoslavia
Denmark Republic of
Greece South Africa
Hungary Spain
Two Member Bodies opposed the approval of the Draft:
France
Germany
The Draft IS0 Recommendation was then submitted by correspondence to the IS0
Council, which decided, in October 1967, to accept it as an IS0 RECOMMENDATION.
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ISO/R 628 - 1967 (E)
IS0 Recommendation R 628 Octo be r 1 967
COMMON NAMES FOR PESTICIDES
SEVENTH LIST *
FOREWORD

This IS0 Recommendation gives the seventh list of common names approved by Technical

Committee ISO/TC 8 1, Common Names for Pesticides, for certain pesticides of international

importance. The chemical name in conformity with the rules of the International Union of

Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) is given in each case. The names given are generally

those following the system of the Secretariat country; it is recognized that other English

speaking countries follow different variations of the IUPAC rules, but these names are not

considered to be sufficiently different to cause confusion. Chemical formulae are given to-

gether with notes concerning some of the names. The application of each compound is given

in a separate column according to the following classes:
A Insecticides or acaricides
B Fungicides
C Herbicides
D Rodenticides

It is proposed in due course to issue further IS0 Recommendations for approved common

names. In some cases, widely used names are not available for international use at the present

time, because they are protected by trade marks in certain countries.

* The previously issued lists constitute the subject-matter of the following IS0 Recommendations:

R 116, Common Names for Pesticides. First List,
R 219, Common Names for Pesticides. Second List,
R 258, Common Names for Pesticides. Third List,
R 290, Common Names for Pesticides. Fourth List,
R 411, Common Names for Pesticides. Fijth List,
R 566, Common Names for Pesticides. Sixth List.
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ISO/R 628 - 1967 (E)
APPROVED COMMON NAMES
:omman names
Countries
Cnglish
Chemical names
Chemical formulae where name
French (F) not acceptable
Russian (RI
4-(4-chlorophenylazo-
phenyl) dimethyl phos-
izothoate phorothionate
cH30>P CH,O 11 OoN=NoCi
Portugal (z)
O-4-(4-chlorophenylazo-
azothoate (FI 5
phenyl) O O-dimethyl
a30TOaT (RI
phosphorothioate
2-( 1 -methyl-n-propyl)-
4,6-dinitrophenyl 3-
methylcrotonate
2,4-dinitr0-6-s-butyl-
binapacryl
phenyl B-methyl-
binapacryl (FI
6n~a@a~p~n (R) crotonate
2-sec.-butyl-
4,6-dinitrophenyl
3-methylcrotonate
S-(4-chlorophenylthio-
methyl) diethyl phos-
:arbophenothion
phorothiolothionate
carbophénothion (F)
S-(4-chlorophenylthio-
€Cap6Ol#eHOTHOH (R)
methyl) 00-diethyl phoi
phorodithioate
chlorophacinone 2-(a-p-chlorophenyl-a-
chlorophacinone (F) phenylacetyl) indane-
xnopo@aqmoH (R) 1, 3-dione
N’-4-(4-chlorophenoxy)-
Germany (3)
phenyl- “-dimethyl-
chloroxuron New
urea
chloroxuron (F)
C Zealand (4)
N’-4-(p-chlorophenoxy)-
xnopo~cypo~ (R) U.S.S.R. (5)
phenyl- NN-dimet hyl-
urea
coumatetralyl 4-hydroxy-3-( 1,2,3,4-
coumatétralyl (F) tetrahydro- 1 -naphthyl)- D
KyMaTeTpanmn (R) coumarin

(I) (I) Classes: Classes: A A - - Insecticides Insecticides or or acaricides. acaricides. B B - - Fungicides. Fungicides. C C - - Herbicides. Herbicides. D D - - Rodenticides. Rodenticides.

(a) (a) The The name name “azothoate” “azothoate” is i
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