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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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