tetrachloride


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tetrachloride

(tĕt″ră-klō′rīd)
A radical with four atoms of chlorine.
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For international and China market analysis, the report analyzes Carbon Tetrachloride markets in China and other countries or regions (such as US, Europe, Japan, etc) by presenting research on global products of different types and applications, developments and trends of market, technology, competitive landscape, and leading suppliers' and countries' 2009-2014 capacity, production, cost, price, profit, production value, and gross margin.
The role of kupffer cells in carbon tetrachloride intoxication in mice.
Purified titanium tetrachloride is transferred into the hermetic reactor, filled with argon and purified magnesium.
Leached down, the level of carbon tetrachloride, has more than doubled between May 2008 and June 2009 at one spot, the study said.
Distinct roles of tumor necrosis factor-[alpha] and nitric oxide in acute liver injury induced by carbon tetrachloride in mice.
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While you Google to figure out what the heck silicon tetrachloride even is, five of the brightest young science minds in the San Fernando Valley already have the answer.
Other in-organics, including heavy metals, nitrates and nitrites (fertilizer run-off), drug residue and organic chemicals such as carbon tetrachloride (discharge from chemical plants) are also of concern.
Twenty to 50 litres of the liquid, believed to be carbon tetrachloride, were discovered leaking from an empty building at the former Textile Rental Services site and lifting the road surface outside.
Therefore, FDTS shows superior stiction reduction and thermal stability, and is more practical for industrial use, because the FDTS formation does not require any chlorinated solvents such as carbon tetrachloride.
Greenpeace found that perc breaks down into the toxic byproducts phosgene, vinyl chloride, carbon tetrachloride and trichloroacetic acid (TCA).
The shallow groundwater and sediments beneath the TNX Area are contaminated with dissolved and residual chlorinated volatile organic compounds including trichloroethylene (TCE), carbon tetrachloride (CCL4), and perchloroethylene (PCE).