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- n. Any compound containing a single hydrochloride group (where multiple ones are possible)
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Two molecules of the monohydrochloride and one molecule of the dihydrochloride form a mixture which melts at about 20°.
The melting-point of monohydrochloride of turpentine oil is 125°, while that of the dihydrochloride is 50°; but on simply stirring together these compounds in a mortar at common temperatures, they immediately liquefy.
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