from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A chemical compound containing two chlorine atoms bound to another element or radical. Also called bichloride.
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- n. any chloride containing two chlorine atoms bound to a single element or radical
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as bichloride.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a compound containing two chlorine atoms per molecule
PVC production requires vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), a dangerous explosive, and creates toxic waste, notably ethylene dichloride (EDC) tars—two things no neighborhood wants.
His most important and surprising discovery was what has become known as Tebbe's reagent, a species made through the reaction of titanocene dichloride with trimethylaluminum.
At DuPont I shared a lab with the remarkable Fred Tebbe, who was studying, among other things, reactions of ethyl aluminum reagents with titanocene dichloride.
Straits director Eric Lim said an ethylene dichloride (EDC) plant was in the planning stages and would be budgeted for separately.
Among the solvents that may be present in spot removers are ethylene dichloride and isopropyl alcohol.
Commercial stain removers containing ethylene dichloride very slightly polar or other solvents
These are known as acetylene dichloride and tetrachloride respectively, or more systematically as dichlorethylene and tetrachlorethane.
It is the base of the substance calomel, a chloride, and corrosive sublimate, a dichloride, both of which are employed as medicines.
Under the plan, Dow will permanently close an ethylene cracker in Hahnville, La., an ethylene oxide/ethylene glycol production unit in Hahnville, La., and an ethylene dichloride and vinyl chloride monomer facility in Plaquemine, La.
Diarsenic trioxide, lead hydrogen arsenate and cobalt dichloride-all carcinogens-are on the list.