trichloride


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tri·chlor·ide

(trī-klōr'īd),
A chloride having three chlorine atoms in the molecule; for example, PCl3.

tri·chlor·ide

(trī-klōr'īd)
A chloride having three chlorine atoms in the molecule.

trichloride

(trī-klō′rīd)
A compound containing three atoms of chlorine.
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Caption: Burning trichloroisocyanuric acid released clouds of chlorine gas and nitrogen trichloride that swept into East Vancouver and the neighbouring municipalities of Burnaby and Coquitlam.
The labeling experiments were initially done using gallium trichloride to determine radiolabeling conditions that would avert unnecessary exposure to radiation.
Subsequent to the release, the company moved its gallium trichloride manufacture to another facility.
The mixture is fed to a fused salt electrolysis cell along with iron chloride and boron trichloride to directly dectrowin the alloy powder in a controllable particle size from nanometers to a few micrometers.
1 mg of plant extract in methanol was mixed with 1 ml of aluminium trichloride in ethanol (20 mg/ml) and a drop of acetic acid added.
The main products manufactured are benzyl chloride, benzyl alcohol, benzaldehyde, benzo trichloride, benzyl acetate, cinnamaldehyde, benzyl benzoate, thionyl chloride, sulphuryl chloride and sulphur dichloride.
The total flavonoid content was assessed by the aluminium trichloride colorimetric method as described in Marinova et al.
0 [micro]g/L arsenic trichloride in reagent grade water at a pH of 2.
Comparative Teratogenicity of Di n butylin Diacetate with n-Butylin Trichloride in Rats.
It is well known that some iron compounds, such as magnetite and emulsion of iron trichloride, being semiconductors, possess photosensitivity.
Chlorine reacts with the nitrogen functional group on urea, proteins or ammonia and produces chloramines, the most offensive of which is nitrogen trichloride (also known as trichloramine or TCA).