monochloride


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monochloride

(ˌmɒnəˈklɔːraɪd)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a chloride containing one atom of chlorine per molecule
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Tenders are invited for Refrigerant R22 Monochloride Fluro Mathane Is Required For Window Model And Split Air Conditioners And The Refrigenrant Shall Be Supplied In A Sealed Cylinder In Exhange With Rwf Cylinder Of Same Capacity.
All chemicals including sodium bisulphate and sodium bisulphite, iodine monochloride, carbon tetrachloride, anhydrous sodium sulphate, sodium hydroxide, ethanol, methanol etc.
Dudev et al using Continuum Dielectric Calculations (CDC) showed that zinc monochloride and dichloride tetrahedral complexes were calculated to be more stable than the respective octahedral complexes by - 4.
Akrofax white grades of vulcanized vegetable oils are white in color and produced by reacting rapeseed oil with sulfur monochloride.
2N bromine monochloride in 12N hydrochloric acid was added to each frozen sample, and the sample was allowed to thaw and oxidize overnight.
Their soon-to-be published findings indicate that the orienting technique works for studies of iodide monochloride, Loesch told SCIENCE NEWS.
It had been hoped to use chlorosulfonic acid for item (f), and sulfur dichloride or monochloride for (g).