chloromethane


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chloromethane

(ˌklɔːrəʊˈmiːθeɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for methyl chloride
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Chloromethane is employed as a methylation and chlorinating agent in organic chemistry.
It involves converting silicon powder with chloromethane into dimethyl chlorosilane in a fluid bed reactor in the presence of a copper catalyst.
The PSF polymer was dissolved in chloromethane at room temperature, and then treated with TMSCS to produce a silyl sulfonate polysulfone intermediate product.
The only organic compounds found by Viking, chloromethane and dichloromethane, were interpreted as contaminants from Earth, since they are common in cleaning fluid and explosives.
Scientists had found two organic chemicals - chloromethane and dichloromethane - when the Viking landers heated samples of Martian soil.
M AIL T ODAY in December 2009 had reported that a joint venture of Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd ( GACL) and Dow Chemicals had planned to produce the hazardous chemical chloromethane in Dahej, Gujarat.
Furthermore, the Department said it was the one that had requested the factory owner's prosecution from the Attorney-general, as it had found there were exceptionally high chloromethane emissions.
Chloromethane and Chlorinated Benzenes Proposed Test Rule; Amendment to Proposed Health Effects Standards, 45 Fed.
Chloromethane, from marine bacteria and fungi, is the only significant naturally occurring organochlorine.
Chloromethane (Methyl Chloride) and Chloroethane (Ethyl Chloride): European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015