Chemical Detail

Chemical NameZineb
Synonym(s)Aaphytora | Aphytora | Aspor | Aspor C | Asporum | Blizene | Carbadine | Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-ethanediylbis-, zinc complex | Carbamodithioic acid, 1,2-ethanediylbis-, zinc salt | Crittox | Cynkotox | Daisen | Deikusol | Dipher | Discon | Dithane 65 | Dithane Z | Dithane Z 78 | Ethylenebis[dithiocarbamato]zinc | Ethylenebis[dithiocarbamic acid] zinc salt | Fungo-Pulvit | Funjeb | Hexathane | Lirotan | Lonacol | Lonocol | Micide 55 | Novozir | Novozir N | Novozir N 50 | Parzate zineb | Perozin | Perozin 75B | Perozine | Perozine 75B | Phytox | Pilzol SZ | Polyram Z | Thionic M | Tiezene | Tritoftorol | Unizeb | Zebenide | Zebtox | Zinc N,N'-ethylenebisdithiocarbamate | Zinc ethylenebis[dithiocarbamate] | Zinc, [[1,2-ethanediylbis[carbamodithioato]](2-)]- | Zinc, [ethylenebis[dithiocarbamato]]- | Zineb 80 | Zinosan | [[1,2-Ethanediylbis[carbamodithioato]](2-)]zinc complex
CASRN12122-67-7
De minimis Limit %1
M,P/OU Threshould (lb)25,000/10,000
Listing TypeIndividually listed chemical
Effective Date1987-01-01
Chemical QualifierNo
MetalYes
Chemical of Special ConcernNo
Per- or Polyfluoroalkyl SubstanceNo
Structural image
Structural representation of Zineb