methyl chloride


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chlor·o·meth·ane

(klōr'ō-meth'ān),
A refrigerant with anesthetic properties when inhaled; it hydrolyzes to methanol.
Synonym(s): methyl chloride

methyl chloride

n.
An explosive gas, CH3Cl, used in organic synthesis and polymerization, as a refrigerant, and an anesthetic.
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ni NL strain, the methyl chloride extract from neem leaves was the only extract that caused lower larval weight, as compared with the unexposed controls (data not shown).
Methyl halide compounds include methyl chloride, methyl bromide and methyl iodide, which become reactive agents when released into the atmosphere.
Robert Dattala, coffee buyer at Caribou Coffee Co., agrees with Reynolds and suggests that roasters treat water process decaf with "more gentleness" than they treat methyl chloride processed coffees.
However, methyl chloride is also manufactured and used as an agricultural fumigant.
The other parent substance, methyl chloride, is found in degreasers, dry-cleaning agents, paint removers, and some aerosol propellants.
Methyl cellulose is synthetically produced by treating & heating cellulose with caustic solution and methyl chloride. Methyl cellulose has a wide range of viscosity such as it gelifies when heat is applied and act as a thickener when it is cold.
Your FDECU could have a refrigerant contaminated with methyl chloride, also known as R-40.
Bluestar's Xinhuo plant will then recycle the hydrogen chloride byproduct from the production of fumed silica as the raw material in the manufacturing of methyl chloride for their silicones monomer production.
Reacting silicon with methyl chloride made from methane and chlorine yields dichlorodimethylsilane which in turn reacts with water to form a basic silicone with the tongue twisting name of polydimethylsiloxane.