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The disadvantage of some organic pesticides is their low water solubility. Among other substances, cyclodextrins and modified cyclodextrins were considered as agents for improving pesticide water solubility. The solubility of poorly soluble pesticides, dimethoate, simazine, linuron and thiram, was determined in aqueous solution of methylated β-cyclodextrin (mβCD) by ultraviolet spectrophotometry. Methylated β-cyclodextrin was obtained by the modified Hawort method and characterized by 1 H-NMRdoi:10.2298/hemind120413068p fatcat:x6xfnp4zm5eb3lmpjowuv2idy4