Synonyms: "oleogesaprim", "aktikon", "argezin", "atazinax", "atranex", "atrasine", "atrazin", "chromozin", "fenatrol"
Source: atrazine is an agricultural herbicide that is widely used by farmers to control broadleaf weeds and grasses that interfere with the growth of corn, sorghum, sugar cane and other crops.
IUPAC Name: 6-chloro-4-N-ethyl-2-N-propan-2-yl-1,3,5-triazine-2,4-diamine
CAS Number: 1912-24-9
PubChem ID: 2256
Canonical SMILES: CCNC1=NC(=NC(=N1)Cl)NC(C)C
Molecular Formula: C8H14ClN5
Molecular Weight: 215,683
Number of bond donors: 2
Number of bond acceptors: 5
Number of atoms different from hydrogen: 14
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