chlorendic acid


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chlorendic acid

[klȯr′en·dik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C9H4Cl6O4 White, fine crystals used in fire-resistant polyester resins and as an intermediate for dyes, fungicides, and insecticides.
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We administered the chemicals (diethylhexyl phthalate, cinnamyl anthranilate, chlorendic acid, 1,4-dichlorobenzene, monuron, ethylene thiourea, diethyl thiourea, trimethyl thiourea, and d-limonene) to the same strains of mice and rats used in the original NTP bioassays (nine chemicals to rats and seven to mice).
Chlorendic acid as the anhydride (CEA, > 99% pure) was obtained from Aldrich Chemical Co.
(Reference) Route Trivial name (Gav or Chemical name Structure Feed) Low [117-81-7] Feed (b) 0.6 (13) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] DEHP Diethylhexylphthalate [87-29-6] Feed 1.5 (12) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] CINN Cinnamyl anthranilate [115-28-6] Feed 0.062 (14) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] CEA Chlorendic acid [106-46-7] Gav (c) 150 (15) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 300 DCB 1,4-Dichlorobenzene [150-68-5] Feed 0.075 (16) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] MON Monuron [96-45-7] Feed 0.0083 (18) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] ETU Ethylene thiourea [105-55-5] Feed 0.0125 (10) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] DETU N,N'-Diethylthiourea [2489-77-2] Feed 0.025 (11) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] TMTU Trimethylthiourea [5989-27-5] Gav 75 (17) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] 300 LIM d-Limonene DOSE LEVELS (a) Rats Mice CAS No.