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chlorine

 (Cl) [klor´ēn]
a gaseous chemical element, atomic number 17, atomic weight 35.453. (See Appendix 6.) It is a disinfectant, decolorizer, and irritant poison. It is used for disinfecting, fumigating, and bleaching, either in an aqueous solution or in the form of chlorinated lime.

CL

Abbreviation for cardiolipin.

Cl

Symbol for chlorine.

Cl

chlorine.

cL

abbreviation for centiliter.

Cl

symbol for the element chlorine.

Cl

Chemical symbol for chloride

Cl

Abbreviation for chlorine.

cL

Abbreviation for centiliter.

CL

lung compliance.

Cl

chemical symbol, chlorine.
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