A toxic chemical used as an insecticide; it has the chemical formula of C9H6Cl6O3S. At room temperature, endosulfan is composed of brown crystals. It cannot be dissolved in water, but can be dissolved in most organic solvents. In pure form, it melts at 106°C.
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