Chlorohydroquinone | Article about chlorohydroquinone by The Free Dictionary
ClC6H3(OH)2 White to light tan crystals with a melting point of 100°C; soluble in water and alcohol; used as a photographic developer and bactericide and for dyestuffs.
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