Chlorobenzene Molecule A 3D representation of a chlorobenzene molecule.

Chlorobenzene is a colorless, flammable liquid used to manufacture a variety of materials. It can be identified by its almond-like smell. Chlorobenzene was once used in the production of pesticides (like DDT), but is now mostly used to manufacture materials like solvents, drugs, rubber, and paint.

Symptoms of short-term exposure to chlorobenzene include impaired function of the liver and kidneys. Chlorobenzene can also cause long-term damage to the central nervous system and has been linked to lung cancer.

The Whirlpool 4396710 refrigerator water filter can remove chlorobenzene from your refrigerator's drinking water.