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A chlorinated hydrocarbon Insecticide whose use is now banned in the United States. Endrin was first introduced as a pesticide and insecticide in 1951. It is an isomer of Dieldrin.

Synonyms and Related Terms

mendrin; nendrin; hexadrin; insecticide no. 269; compound 269; ENT-17251

Composition C12H8Cl6O
CAS 72-20-8
Melting Point 245 (dec)
Molecular Weight mol. wt. = 380.93

Hazards and Safety

Toxic by ingestion, inhalation, and skin absorption. Biohazard.

Chem Services: MSDS

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