Definitions for "Carbon tetrachloride"
Carbon tetrachloride is produced by the high temperature chlorination of propylene or methane. It is used as a feedstock in the production of CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs, as a process agent in the production of chlorine, to extract nitrogen trichloride, and as a solvent to recover chlorine from tail gas. It has been phased out in dispersive uses since 1995 under the Montreal Protocol.
A colorless, nonflammable liquid with a characteristic odor used as a solvent and in the synthesis of fluorocarbons.
CAS Number: 56-23-5. A colorless, nonflammable, toxic liquid that has an odor resembling that of chloroform and is used as a solvent and a refrigerant. Chemical formula = CCl4. Molecular weight = 153.8 g/mol. Learn More...
Keywords:  ctc, see
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Keywords:  intravenous, sensitizer
Intravenous Sensitizer