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any compound containing three chlorine atoms in each molecule

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Furthermore, the flavonoids assay solution of aluminum trichloride, we find that the oven-drying is the most conservative to the tenures of flavonoids in Retama retam costs (37.
Traditional gallium trichloride is solid at room temperature and often forms clumps or sticks together during storage and use.
Fire causes it to release poisonous gases like chlorine and nitrogen trichloride as well as cyanuric acid and carbon monoxide.
These authors concluded that all of the above were potentially irritating to the nasal mucosa even in low concentrations, due to the release of isocyanates, alilic components, nitrogen trichloride, acrolein and paracetic acid.
The reaction of this tridentate scaffold with phosphorous trichloride in the presence of 2,6-lutidine at low temperature, followed by sequential conjugation reaction with, FLT, AZT and 3TC.
It detects all the chemical agents the military requires--nerve, blood and blister--and toxic industrial chemicals such as ammonia, boron trichloride, phosgene, nitric acid, sulfur dioxide and hydrogen cyanide.
State Department, identified mustard and nerve agent precursors present in Libya included pinacolyl alcohol, isopropanol, phosphorus trichloride, 2-chloroethanol, tributylamine, and thionyl chloride.
The Friedel-Crafts alkylation and acylation of aromatic rings, removal of tert-butyl groups from phenols, and the well-known ZieglerNatta polymerization reactions are some examples where the aluminum trichloride acts as catalyst.
The chemical nature of the cellular content was determined using the following histochemical tests: Ferric trichloride solution for phenolic compounds (Johansen 1940), Lugol's iodine solution to identify starch (Berlyn & Miksche 1976), Methylene blue to identify pectins (Johansen 1940) and Aniline blue black to identify the total protein (Fisher 1968).
During a June 2011 inspection of the facility, EPA determined that 5N Plus had failed to follow the reporting requirements by failing to include gallium trichloride (an extremely hazardous substance) in its inventory of hazardous chemicals for 2010, and by failing to submit Tier II reports for reporting years 2008 and 2009 for chlorine gas, lead and gallium trichloride.
Respiratory symptoms and bronchial responsiveness in lifeguards exposed to nitrogen trichloride in indoor swimming pools.