Definition of Hexachlorethane
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Hexachlorethane
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1. Some Reactions of Acetylene by Julius Arthur Nieuwland (1904)
"During two hours not a trace of hexachlorethane was obtained though over 30 grams of acetylene ... During explosion hexachlorethane is principally formed. ..."
2. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"The same mixture passed over reduced nickel yields hexachlorethane (carbon trichloride) at 270°. With excess of hydrogen at the same temperature, ..."
3. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"... 0.00064; with hexachlorethane, ... of these combinations ranges in the following order: hexachlorethane, ..."
4. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"... yields hexachlorethane (carbon trichloride) at 270°. With excess of hydrogen at the same temperature, ..."
5. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1899)
"If kept at 100° for four or five hours only small quantities of hexachlorethane are formed, but if the temperature is raised to 118—120° the adion becomes ..."
6. The Modern Theory of Solution by Harry Clary Jones, Wilhelm Pfeffer, Jacobus Henricus Hoff, Svante Arrhenius, François Marie Raoult (1899)
"Mixture of 27.601 Grams of hexachlorethane with 100 Granu of Ether. tff ... f of aniline, of hexachlorethane, the value of the ratio ^-r does not vary more ..."
7. Practical Methods for Determining Molecular Weights by Heinrich Biltz (1899)
"Example : hexachlorethane has the density 2.011. Formula assumed. d ~" Difference. HL 2 C,C1. 117.5 99-0 18.5 (C,C1,), 235.0 198.0 37.0 Since substances ..."
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