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  • noun (Chem.) A ternary compound of oxygen and chlorine.

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  • noun inorganic chemistry A ternary compound of oxygen and chlorine.

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Examples

  • She mentioned that her makeup does NOT contain bismuth oxychloride, which is kin to arsenic, and is most likely the reason for skin discomfort and bad skin reaction.

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  • She mentioned that her makeup does NOT contain bismuth oxychloride, which is kin to arsenic, and is most likely the reason for skin discomfort and bad skin reaction.

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  • Bismuth oxychloride is an ingredient that gives some mineral makeup a glow.

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  • Common binders are cement, magnesium oxychloride or phenol-formaldehyde resin.

    Chapter 6

  • Recommended spray contains 300 ml of malathion and 300 grams of copper oxychloride in 200 liters of water (Anon. 1988).

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  • Recommended spray contains 300 ml of malathion and 300 grams of copper oxychloride in 200 liters of water (Anon. 1988).

    Chapter 38

  • · With sawdust as aggregate in concrete, preferably with magnesium oxychloride cement, precast lightweight concrete components (eg door and window frames) can be made.

    Chapter 4

  • · Magnesium oxychloride or sorer cement (obtained by calcining magnesium carbonate, achieving much higher strengths than OPC, but is attacked by water).

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  • · Wood-wool slabs, comprising long wood shavings saturated with an inorganic binder (such as portland cement or magnesium oxychloride) and compressed (for 24 hours, before demoulding and curing for 2 to 4 weeks).

    Chapter 4

  • It is essential that virus-free material be selected and treatment of the cuttings with a mixture of fungicides and insecticides (eg maneb + propineb + copper oxychloride + malathion) has been advised.

    Chapter 11

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