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tetrachloroethene

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  • noun organic chemistry The chlorinated derivative of ethylene Cl2C=CCl2; it is widely used for the dry cleaning of fabrics and for metal-degreasing.

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Examples

  • In 2010 the Army Corps of Engineers solicited bids for clean-up work at the facility, according to a public notice which said "trichloroethene (TCE) and tetrachloroethene (PCE) are a significant part of the remediation."

    Ex-CIA staffer alleges agency coverup in toxin exposure case

  • Among them were the carcinogens benzene, tetrachloroethene and 1,4-dichlorobenzene.

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  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

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  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

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  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • It notes how a local water purveyor had detected low-level concentrations of organic solvents, including tetrachloroethene, which can affect the central nervous system, kidney, liver and reproductive system.

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