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  • noun Plural form of chlorocarbon.

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Examples

  • GRACE: It says Caylee was likely not old enough to have those chlorocarbons in her system, and therefore, they would not have been released.

    CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2008

  • Archaebacteria that use Molybdenum enzymes rather than Iron enzymes colonize huge areas of the ocean These archaebacteria are engineered to produce chlorocarbons which produce a massive greenhouse effect boiling the oceans which further benefits the archaebacteria Aerophile bacteria with sulfur based photosynthetic mechanism engineering these bacteria to use AMP rather than ATP gives them metabolic

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  • Chloramine can be preferable to chlorine because it a more chemically stable substance and when mixed with water does not create as many chlorocarbons like chloroform in the water; chlorocarbons, over time, might even be cancer-causing agents.

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  • That's because the bonds holding the carbon and chlorine atoms together are more characteristic of a chlorocarbon than a salt - and most pesticides are chlorocarbons.

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  • That's because the bonds holding the carbon and chlorine atoms together are more characteristic of a chlorocarbon than a salt - and most pesticides are chlorocarbons.

    The Denver Newspaper Agency YourHub.com Stories

  • That's because the bonds holding the carbon and chlorine atoms together are more characteristic of a chlorocarbon than a salt - and most pesticides are chlorocarbons.

    The Denver Newspaper Agency YourHub.com Stories

  • That's because the bonds holding the carbon and chlorine atoms together are more characteristic of a chlorocarbon than a salt - and most pesticides are chlorocarbons.

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  • Any chlorocarbons not directly excreted from the body intact can cause immense damage to the processes of human metabolism and, eventually, our internal organs. "

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  • But "chlorocarbons are never nutritionally compatible with our metabolic processes and are wholly incompatible with normal human metabolic functioning.

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