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Endrin

Definition of the noun Endrin

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noun - plural: endrins

  1. [organic compound] A toxic chlorinated polycyclic epoxide sometimes used as a pesticide

Explanation

Endrin is an organochloride that was primarily used as an insecticide, as well as a rodenticide. It is a colourless odorless solid, although commercial samples are often off-white. Endrin was also sold as an emulsifiable solution known commercially as Shell Endrix. The compound endrin became infamous as a persistent organic pollutant and for this reason it is banned in many countries.

  • also known as 异狄氏剂

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Google previewNational study of chemical residues in fish Volume II.

Endrin is an organochlorine compound originally registered as a pesticide in 1951.

Google previewSittig's Handbook of Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals (2014)

by Richard P. Pohanish

Endrin is an insecticide which has been used to control insects, rodents, and birds, mainly on field crops such as cotton, maize, sugarcane, rice, cereals, ...

Google previewHandbook of Research on Advancements in Environmental Engineering (2014)

by Gaurina-Medjimurec, Nediljka

Endrin is an insecticide that was applied for the treatment of above-ground plant mass in agricultural crops, especially cotton and grains. It also has great application for combating rodents - mice and voles. Its degradation rate in soil is 12 years ...

Google previewEcosystems and Human Health (2016)

Toxicology and Environmental Hazards, Second Edition by Richard B. Philp

Endrin is an organochlorine cyclodiene insecticide. No traces were found in the store or the manufacturing plant. Another possibility is that the flour from which the taquito snacks were made was contaminated. There have been previous ...

Google previewReference Materials for Environmental Analysis (1996)

by Raymond E. Clement

Endrin is an acid- sensitive compound, and the common breakdown products of Endrin were observed in the stability assays. Methylene chloride often contains trace amounts of HC1, which would be the most likely source of the impurity.

Google previewOrganic Pollutants (2008)

An Ecotoxicological Perspective, Second Edition by C. H. Walker

Endrin is a stereoisomer of dieldrin with a ...

Google previewEnvironmental Hazards and Human Health (1995)

by Richard B. Philp

Endrin is an organochlorine, cyclodiene insecticide. No traces were found in the store or the manufacturing plant. Another possibility is that the flour from which the taquito snacks were made was contaminated. There have been previous ...

Google previewUser's Guide to Detoxification (2005)

Discover How Vitamins, Herbs, and Other Nutrients Help You Survive in a Toxic World by Shari Lieberman, James J. Gormley, Jack Challem

Endrin is a pesticide used on field crops and to control rodents and is widely banned.

Google previewToxicological Profile for Endrin (1994)

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PUBLIC HEALTH STATEMENT Endrin is a solid, white, relatively odorless substance that was used as a pesticide to control insects, rodents, and birds. Endrin has not been produced or sold for general use in the United States since 1986.

Google previewEnvironmental Science, Toward A Sustainable Future (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Endrin is an organochloride that was primarily used as an.

Google previewWildlife Ecology and Management (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Endrin is an organochloride that was primarily used as an insecticide, ...

Google previewEnvironmental Engineering, Prevention and Response to Water-, Food-, Soil-, and Air-borne Disease and Illness (2016)

by CTI Reviews

endrin: Endrin is an organochloride that was primarily used as an insecticide. It is a colourless odorless solid, although commercial ...

Google previewEnvironmental Science , Global Concern (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Endrin is an organochloride that was primarily used as an insecticide. Itisacolourless odorlesssolid,although commercial samplesare often offwhite. It isalsoa rodenticide. This compound became infamous as persistent organic pollutant ...

Google previewIntroduction to Environmental Engineering and Science (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Endrin Kepone Agent Orange Endrin is an organochloride that was.

Google previewWater Quality and Standards - Volume I (2010)

by Shoji Kubota, Yoshiteru Tsuchiya

Endrin is a broad-spectrum foliar insecticide that acts against a wide range of agricultural pests. It is also used as a rodenticide. Small ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) 38 WATER QUALITY AND STANDARDS – Vol.

Google previewBasics of Toxicology (1998)

by Chris Kent

Endrin is a stereo isomer of dieldrin. Stereo isomers are two compounds with identical chemical constitution but different arrangements of atoms in space. The solids may be tan, white, or colorless with a mild chemical odor. Endrin is not ...

Google previewGolden Gate National Recreation Area (N.R.A.), Presidio of San Francisco, General Management Plan (GMP) Amendment (1993)

Environmental Impact Statement

Endrin is a human health and environmental hazard. Contaminated soils should be remediated to minimize environmental damage. Endosulfan a-Endosulfan and b-endosulfan are interconvertible pesticides found in soils near building 293 ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Terrorist, Natural, and Man-Made Disasters (2006)

by Michael I. Greenberg

Hydrocarbon, Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Pesticide (Endrin) March 1988: Orange County, California Five people experienced grand mal seizures 30 minutes to 1 ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Environmental Pollution, Agriculture and Health Hazards: Nature conservation (2004)

by A. K. Shrivastava

Persistence and Acute Toxicity: Endrin Endrin is and organochlorine insecticide, belonging to the family of insecticides designated the cyclodienes because they are generated by the Diels-Alder condensation reaction. Endrin is very closely ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

ENDRIN INSECTICIDE. One of the early chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides that as of the early 1980s is available in the United States, where it is used in connection with such crops as barley, oats, ...

Google previewDictionary of Environmental Science and Engineering (1996)

by James R. Pfafflin, Paul Baham, Frank S. Gill

Endrin - see Organochlorine insecticides Endrin 42 Environmental Energy.

Google previewDictionary of Water and Waste Management (2005)

by Paul G Smith

endrin A cyclodiene insecticide that is toxic to humans affecting the human nervous system and kidneys. It can undergo biomagnification in food chains. The USEPA MCL in ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Environmental Science (2007)

by Bruce C. Wyman, L. Harold Stevenson

endrin An insecticide belonging ...

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Scrabble value of E1N1D2R1I1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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