Ethylene Dibromide EDB

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Ethylene Dibromide EDB?

A chemical used as an agricultural fumigant and in certain industrial processes. Extremely toxic and found to be a carcinogen in laboratory animals, EDB has been banned for most agricultural uses in the United States.

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