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|Molar mass||240.21 g/mol|
|Melting point||38-42 °C|
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Dinoseb was approved for use in the United States based on safety data from Industrial Bio-Test Laboratories and subsequently withdrawn from the market in 1986 due to high incidences of birth defects.
- Felsot, Allan S. (June 1998). "Dinoseb--Banned But not Forgotten The Tale of an Unusually Hazardous Pesticide". Agrichemical and Environmental News. Retrieved 2012-07-18.
- Montague, Peter (1986-12-08). "EPA Pulls License of Pesticide OK'd on Phony Data". Rachel's Environment & Health News (2). Retrieved 2012-07-18.
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