Oxon

[chemical] A chemical oxon is an organic compound derived from another chemical in which a phosphorus-sulfur bond in the parent chemical has been replaced by a phosphorus-oxygen bond in the derivative. Important examples of oxons can be found in the family of pesticides known as organophosphates. Some of these chemicals, such as chlorpyrifo
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Oxon

Oxon, England: see Oxfordshire.
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Oxon

Oxford
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