trichloracetic acid

  1. a strong acid made by chlorinating acetic acid
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  • The other option is to use more potent medications that your doctor must apply These include podophyllin, trichloracetic acid (TCA), bichloracetic acid (BCA), and interferon. Getting Pregnant
  • Two tests are suggested by Golodetz (1) the addition of one or two drops of a reagent consisting of five parts of concentrated sulphuric acid and three parts of formaldehyde solution, which colours cholesterol a blackish-brown, and (2) the addition of one drop of 30 per cent. formaldehyde solution to a solution of the substance in trichloracetic acid, when with cholesterol an intense blue coloration is produced. The Handbook of Soap Manufacture
  • There are many types of peels—glycolic acid, retinoic acid, trichloracetic acid—and each has a different interaction with skin proteins and have varying specializations. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Examples of these include pondofilox, trichloracetic acid (TCA), and imiquimod. Best Syndication -
  • Because they are on the surface of the skin, fairly invasive chemical peels such as a 30% trichloracetic acid TCA peel and also fractionated laser or CO2 laser resurfacing of the skin can take them off. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Applications of trichloracetic acid cautiously made are sometimes of value. Essentials of Diseases of the Skin Including the Syphilodermata Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers Prepared Especially for Students of Medicine
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