hexachloroethane


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hex·a·chlo·ro·eth·ane

 (hĕk′sə-klôr′ō-ĕth′ān′) also hex·a·chlor·eth·ane (-klôr-ĕth′ān′)
n.
A colorless toxic crystalline compound, C2Cl6, that is used as a camphor substitute and in pyrotechnics, explosives, and veterinary medicine.
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hexachloroethane

(ˌhɛksəˌklɔːrəʊˈɛθeɪn) or

hexachlorethane

n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless crystalline insoluble compound with a camphor-like odour: used in pyrotechnics and explosives. Formula: C2Cl6
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hex•a•chlo•ro•eth•ane

(ˌhɛk səˌklɔr oʊˈɛθ eɪn, -ˌkloʊr-)

n.
a colorless crystalline compound, C2Cl6, with a camphorlike odor: used in organic synthesis, pyrotechnics, and as a retarding agent in fermentation.
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After getting homogeneous liquid phase, the melt was degassed by using hexachloroethane degasser.
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After complete melting and degassing using a solid dry (hexachloroethane) degasser and argon gas was purged to prevent hydrogen entrapment during melt processing, the alloy was allowed to cool to the semisolid temperature of 601[degrees]C which was determined using a K-type thermocouple temperature; the solid/liquid fraction was about 0.30 (according to the Scheil equation).