CAS ID #: 77-47-4
Affected Organ Systems: Renal (Urinary System or Kidneys), Respiratory (From the Nose to the Lungs)
Cancer Classification: None
Chemical Classification: None
Summary: HCCPD is a manufactured chemical that does not occur naturally. It is a light, lemon-yellow liquid that has a sharp musty odor. It easily evaporates into the air; the vapor looks like a blue haze. HCCPD is used in the manufacture of certain pesticides. Most of the HCCPD in the environment results from releases during its production and disposal. It is also used to make flame retardants, resins that won't burn, shock-proof plastics, esters, ketones, fluorocarbons, and dyes.
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- Page last updated: March 3, 2011
- Content source: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry