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Endrin is a cyclodiene insecticide used on cotton, maize, and rice. It also acts as an avicide. As a rodenticide, it is used to control mice and voles. It is a solid, cream to light tan to white, almost odorless substance. It melts and decomposes at 200 °C. It is moderately Soluble in benzene and acetone, slightly soluble in alcohols, alkanes, and xylene, and almost insoluble in water.
Parathion, Malathion and Diazinon are Organophosphorus Insecticides
Endrin is a stereoisomer of dieldrin and is structurally similar to aldrin, and heptachlor epoxide.
It is also known as Mendrin, and Compound 269.