halocarbon

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one of various compounds of carbon and any of the halogens

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Yet, there are etiologic contributors who believe that adverse responses to food additives, intolerances to foods, sensitivities to environmental chemicals, molds, and fungi, and exposures to neurodevelopmental toxins such as heavy metals and organohalide pollutants (Kidd, 2000)may contribute to the disorder.
Polymers, elastomeric compounds and products thereof, terminated with novel amine compounds containing side-chain organohalide reactive moieties
1: Determination of chlorinated pesticides, herbicides, and organohalides by liquid-solid extraction and electron capture gas chromatography.
After explaining the preparation of alcohols, ethers, and related compounds through the formation of oxygen-carbon bonds, the chemistry handbook introduces procedures for synthesizing amines, amides, organophosphines, phosphonates, thioethers, sulfones, organoboronic acids, organoboronates, and organohalides.
Specific testing for chlorinated pesticides and herbicides, organohalides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), haloacetic acids (HAAs), ethylene dibromide (EDB), dibromochloropropane (DBCP) and trichloropropane (TCP) are commonly regulated around the world.
Among the general topics are polar covalent bonds in acids and bases, stereochemistry at tetrahedral centers, the structure and reactivity of alkenes, organohalides, determining structure with mass spectrometry and infrared spectroscopy, benzene and aromaticity, and alcohols and phenols.