|Status:||ISO 1750 (published)|
|IUPAC PIN:||reaction mixture containing N,N‴-(iminodi-8,1-octanediyl)bis[guanidine] and numerous other guanidines and polyamines, resulting from the amidination of technical N1-(6-aminooctyl)-1,6-octanediamine|
|IUPAC name:||reaction mixture containing 1,1′-(iminodioctamethylene)diguanidine and numerous other guanidines and polyamines, resulting from the amidination of technical iminodi(octamethylene)diamine|
|CAS Reg. No.:||108173-90-6|
|Notes:||When this substance is used as a salt, its identity should be stated, for example guazatine acetates [115044-19-4].
The name “guanoctine” was formerly approved by the British Standards Institution.
The ISO common name “guazatine” was originally defined as applying to N,N‴-(iminodi-8,1-octanediyl)bis[guanidine], but it was redefined when it became known that the commercial material was a reaction mixture containing this as well as several other active substances. The ISO common name iminoctadine [13516-27-3] has since been given to the pure compound.
|Pronunciation:||gwar-za-tēn Guide to British pronunciation|
A data sheet from the Compendium of Pesticide Common Names