dichloromethane


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dichloromethane

(daɪˌklɔːrəʊˈmiːθeɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a noxious colourless liquid widely used as a solvent, e.g. in paint strippers. Formula: CH2Cl2. Traditional name: methylene dichloride
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Noun1.dichloromethane - a nonflammable liquid used as a solvent and paint remover and refrigerant
chloride - any compound containing a chlorine atom
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