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chlordane (33442-85-2, 5103-74-2, 57-74-9, 12789-03-6)  
Chlordan  ·  gamma-Chlordane  ·  gamma Chlordane
The name Chlordane, or chlordan, is commonly used as both a specific chemical (with trans-and cis- isomers) and as a mixture of compounds (main components- heptachlor, chlordane, and nonachlor). This mixture, more specifically called technical chlordane, was first produced in the 1940s. These highly chlorinated cyclodienes are both resistant to degradation in the environment and in humans/animals and readily accumulate in lipids (fats) of human/animals.
endosulfan (959-98-8, 33213-65-9, 115-29-7)  
Thiodan  ·  beta-Endosulfan  ·  Thiodon
Endosulfan is an off-patent organochlorine insecticide and acaricide that is being phased out globally. The two isomers, endo and exo, are known popularly as I and II. Endosulfan sulfate is a product of oxidation containing one extra O atom attached to the S atom.
dieldrin (128-10-9, 60-57-1, 72-20-8)  
Endrin is an organochloride with the chemical formula C12H8Cl6O that was first produced in 1950 by Shell and Velsicol Chemical Corporation. It was primarily used as an insecticide, as well as a rodenticide and piscicide. It is a colourless, odorless solid, although commercial samples are often off-white.
Endricol (72-20-8)  
Endrin  ·  Hexadrin
ENDRIN (72-20-8)  
Hexadrin
Epoxyheptachlor (1024-57-3)  
Heptachlor Epoxide
1024-57-3 (1024-57-3)  
Heptachlor Epoxide
OXYCHLORDANE (27304-13-8, 26940-75-0)  
The name Chlordane, or chlordan, is commonly used as both a specific chemical (with trans-and cis- isomers) and as a mixture of compounds (main components- heptachlor, chlordane, and nonachlor). This mixture, more specifically called technical chlordane, was first produced in the 1940s. These highly chlorinated cyclodienes are both resistant to degradation in the environment and in humans/animals and readily accumulate in lipids (fats) of human/animals.
ENDOSULFAN SULFATE (1031-07-8)  
Endosulfan is an off-patent organochlorine insecticide and acaricide that is being phased out globally. The two isomers, endo and exo, are known popularly as I and II. Endosulfan sulfate is a product of oxidation containing one extra O atom attached to the S atom.
Latka 711 (465-73-6)  
Aldrin  ·  Isodrin
CHLORENDIC ACID (115-28-6)  
chlorendic acid, (endo,endo)-isomer
Chlorendic acid, or 1,4,5,6,7,7-hexachlorobicyclo[2.2.1]-hept-5-ene-2,3-dicarboxylic acid, is a chlorinated hydrocarbon used in the synthesis of some flame retardants and polymers. It is a common breakdown product of several organochlorine insecticides.
ISOBENZAN (297-78-9)  
Isobenzan (telodrin) is a highly toxic organochloride insecticide. It was produced only in the period from 1958 to 1965 and its use has been since discontinued. It is a persistent organic pollutant that can remain in soil for 2 to 7 years, and the biological half-life of isobenzan in human blood is estimated to be about 2.8 years.
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