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di•chlo•ro•di•fluor•o•meth•ane



Pronunciation: (dī-klôr"ō-dī-floor"ō-meth'ān, -flôr"-; dī-klōr"ō-dī-floor"ō-meth'ān; -flōr"-), [key]
n. Chem.
a colorless, slightly water-soluble, nonflammable gas, CCl2F2, that boils at -29°C: used chiefly as a propellant in aerosols and as a refrigerant.

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dichlorobenzenedichloroethyl formal

 

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