[ UK /tˈɛtɹɐklˌɔːɹa‍ɪd/ ]
  1. any compound that contains four chlorine atoms per molecule
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  • For much of the 20th century, carbon tetrachloride was regarded as a miracle chemical: It was used to put out fires, degrease machines, kill bugs, dry-clean clothing and even help stamp collectors detect forgeries. Toxic 'carbon tet' lingers in air near schools
  • To aid purification, TiO 2 has to be transformed into its corresponding tetrachloride, which is volatile and therefore easier to distil.
  • Carbon tetrachloride released into the air can be expected "to stick around about 50 years," he adds. Toxic 'carbon tet' lingers in air near schools
  • Diisobutyl aluminum chloride is synthesized by the reaction of triisobutyl aluminum and carbon tetrachloride.
  • You'd put the stamp facedown in a little black tray, and put a few drops of carbon tetrachloride on," he says. Toxic 'carbon tet' lingers in air near schools
  • Chlorinated hydrocarbons include compounds such as chloroform, carbon tetrachloride and 1,1,1-trichloroethane (TCE). 1,1,1-trichloroethane is one of the least toxic of the chlorinated hydrocarbons. Poison prevention for Delaware, Lehigh Valley, S.E. Pennsylvania
  • Methods To determine effects of different dose of corniculate spurgentian herb on contents of liver damaged mouse caused by carbon tetrachloride.
  • The largest single air emission source in 2007 was the DuPont Performance Elastomers plant in Beaumont, Texas, which reported 53,000 pounds of carbon tetrachloride emissions that year, according to the EPA inventory. Toxic 'carbon tet' lingers in air near schools
  • Slide 23: Y 48 Goji: The Himalayan Health Secret Liver Protection Usual dosage level: 1 - 2 oz. daily A new cerebroside was isolated from the goji berry that could protect the liver cells of rats from the toxicity induced by carbon tetrachloride. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Alan Townshend, professor of analytical chemistry at Hull, agrees that phasing out carbon tetrachloride is a minor worry.
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