Hexaethyl tetraphosphate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula (C2H5O)6P4O7. It is a yellow, light amber-colored or brown liquid. The chemical is also known as HET. Its ChemSpider ID is 12420. It is a constituent of the insecticide Bladan. In the 1940s, it was about as significant an insecticide as DDT and was referred to as "another of DDT's rivals for fame" in a 1948 book.

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  • Hexaethyl tetraphosphate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula (C2H5O)6P4O7. It is a yellow, light amber-colored or brown liquid. The chemical is also known as HET. Its ChemSpider ID is 12420. It is a constituent of the insecticide Bladan. In the 1940s, it was about as significant an insecticide as DDT and was referred to as "another of DDT's rivals for fame" in a 1948 book. (en)
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  • diethoxyphosphoryl[diethoxyphosphoryloxy(ethoxy)phosphoryl]ethyl phosphate (en)
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  • HETP; ethyl tetraphosphate; Bladan Base
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  • Hexaethyl tetraphosphate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula (C2H5O)6P4O7. It is a yellow, light amber-colored or brown liquid. The chemical is also known as HET. Its ChemSpider ID is 12420. It is a constituent of the insecticide Bladan. In the 1940s, it was about as significant an insecticide as DDT and was referred to as "another of DDT's rivals for fame" in a 1948 book. (en)
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  • Hexaethyl tetraphosphate (en)
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