chlorocarbon


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chlo·ro·car·bon

 (klôr′ō-kär′bən)
n.
Any of a group of halocarbon compounds in which the halogen is chlorine.

chlo•ro•car•bon

(ˌklɔr əˈkɑr bən, ˌkloʊr-)

n.
a chemical compound containing carbon and chlorine, as carbon tetrachloride, or containing carbon, chlorine, and hydrogen, as chloroform.
[1810–20]
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James Bowen, MD and researcher, reports that Splenda is a chlorocarbon (a combination of sugar and chlorine).
In the lawsuit, the association alleges that sucralose, the sweetening ingredient in Splenda, is a man-made chlorocarbon that requires a complex process that converts sucrose -- or sugar -- into a number of different intermediary chemicals before using "phosgene gas -- a deadly weapon used during World War II -- as the chlorinating agent to yield sucralose.
Do you think the consumer public is so stupid they don't understand that sucralose is a chlorocarbon poison?
The sweetness of Splenda[R] derives from a chlorocarbon chemical that contains three atoms of chlorine in every one of its molecules.
This system has been shown to replace chloroflourocarbon and chlorocarbon solvents, reducing waste disposal problems and eliminating solvent emissions and worker exposure.
NEW YORK -- The Dow Chemical Company and Occidental Chemical Corporation (OxyChem) today announced their intent to form a joint venture to manufacture and market a new chlorocarbon solution that is a building block for advanced climate-friendly refrigerants, initially for use in automobile air conditioning systems.
Task I: Hexachlorobenzene and Hexachlorobutadiene Pollution from Chlorocarbon Processes.
The sweetness of Splenda is due to the chlorocarbon chemical (sucralose) that contains three atoms of chlorine in every one of its molecules.
The sweetness of Splenda derives from a chlorocarbon chemical that contains three atoms of chlorine in every one of its molecules.