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(organic chemistry)
C16H14Cl2O3 A yellow-brown, viscous liquid with a melting point of 35-37°C; used as a miticide in agriculture and horticulture.



(ClC6H4)2C(OH)COOC2H5, an acaricide—that is, a chemical preparation used to combat herbivorous mites.

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