Chloroform

Chloroform (CHCl 3) also called trichloromethane nonflammable clear colourless liquid that is denser than water and has a pleasant etherlike odour It was first prepared in 1831 The Scottish physician Sir James Simpson of the University of Edinburgh was the first to use it as an anesthetic in 1847 It later captured public notice in 1853 when English physician John Snow administered it to

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Chloroform

Chloroform (CHCl3 Trichloromethane) a halogenated hydrocarbon is a volatile colourless and sweet-smelling liquid It is extensively as a solvent in Dye and as an anesthetic in many medical applications The chemical is highly non-flammable with boiling point 61 3C and thus is used as a fire fighting Agent These are

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Chloroform

Chloroform depressie veroorzaakt van het centrale zenuwstelsel (CZS) uiteindelijk produceren van diepe coma en respiratoire depressie center Wanneer ingenomen chloroform veroorzaakte symptomen vergelijkbaar met die na inhalatie Ernstige ziekte heeft inname van 7 5 g (0 26 oz) gevolgd De gemiddelde lethale orale dosis voor een volwassene wordt geschat op 45 g (1 6 oz) De verdoving

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Chloroform

Chloroform (trichloromethane Figure 6) has been used in the past as an anesthetic and as an additive in pharmaceutical preparations Today chloroform is primarily used as an organic solvent although use is declining due to the carcinogenic nature of chronic chloroform exposure Chloroform-induced nephrotoxicity is primarily seen as proximal tubular toxicity with minimal changes in distal

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Chloroform (CHCl3)

Chloroform (CHCl 3 CAS 67-66-3) also called trichloromethane is a clear dense colorless and non-flammable liquid with a pleasant odor Sweet in taste and insoluble in water chloroform dissolves easily in alcohol acetone gasoline and other organic solvents Chloroform was traditionally made from acetone and bleaching powder but is now created from the photochemical reaction of

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Chloroform

Chloroform (trichloromethane Figure 6) has been used in the past as an anesthetic and as an additive in pharmaceutical preparations Today chloroform is primarily used as an organic solvent although use is declining due to the carcinogenic nature of chronic chloroform exposure Chloroform-induced nephrotoxicity is primarily seen as proximal tubular toxicity with minimal changes in distal

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Chloroform at Thomas Scientific

Applications Chloroform is used as a solvent for fats oils rubber alkaloids waxes gutta-percha resins as cleansing agent in fire extinguishers to lower the freezing temperature of carbon tetrachloride Procedures have been described for the use of chloroform in lambda plaques storage

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Trichloromthane (67

Trichloromthane - Hydrocarbures halogns - CHCl3 - Chloroforme H351 Susceptible de provoquer le cancer H361d Susceptible de nuire au f tus H331 Toxique par inhalation H302 Nocif en cas d'ingestion H372 Risque avr d'effets graves pour les organes la suite d'expositions rptes ou d'une exposition prolonge H319 Provoque une svre irritation des yeux H315 Provoque une

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Chloroform CAS 67

TCM Trichloromethane Methane trichloride Methyl trichloride: Description: Chloroform: Overview: EMSURE grade solvents are suitable for a broad spectrum of classical lab applications and are frequently used in regulated and highly demanding lab applications EMSURE provides worldwide best and most extensive product specifications We declare our EMSURE range to be in compliance with

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Chloroform anaesthesia

Chloroform is cheap whereas halothane is expensive If it can be shown that chloroform is comparable with halothane with respect to the quality of anaesthesia and safety to the patient it might again take its place as a popular anaesthetic agent In the underdeveloped countrics where money is still a great problem chloroform anaesthesia may play a very important role if it can be

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Chloroform

Chloroform (CHCl3) is a colorless liquid that quickly evaporates into gas It can harm the eyes skin liver kidneys and nervous system Chloroform can be toxic if inhaled or swallowed Exposure to chloroform may also cause cancer Workers may be harmed from exposure to chloroform The level of exposure depends upon the dose duration and work being done

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Chloroform Nouryon

Chloroform is used as raw material for the production of HCFC 22 (R 22) which is used as refrigerant and precursor for fluoropolymers (PTFE and derivatives) Further on it can be used as feedstock for methyl- and ethyl orthoformate and as solvent in the industrial synthesis of pharmaceuticals and chemicals as well as for extraction purposes

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Chloroform

Other names for chloroform are trichloromethane and methyl trichloride What happens to chloroform when it enters the environment? Chloroform evaporates easily into the air Most of the chloroform in air breaks down eventually but it is a slow process The breakdown products in air include phosgene and hydrogen chloride which are both toxic It doesn't stick to soil very well and can travel

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Chloroform Introduction Chloroform is an organic compound with formula CHCl3 It is also known as: Trichloromethane Chloroform Applications - Has many uses including the following : - a popular laboratory Reagent - in the production of the chlorodifluoromethane - a solvent for fats oils rubber alkaloids waxes and resins - was once a widely used anesthetic Chloroform Quality - High

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ATSDR

26/09/2019The ATSDR toxicological profile succinctly characterizes the toxicologic and adverse health effects information for the hazardous substance described here Each peer-reviewed profile identifies and reviews the key literature that describes a hazardous substance's toxicologic properties Other pertinent literature is also presented but is described in less detail than the key studies

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Trichloromethane Une vrification manuelle est ncessaire avant de librer la commande FDS Chloroform was used in the past as an extraction solvent for fats oils and greases It is useful for the rapid and simple release of periplasmic proteins The mixture of guanidinium thiocyanate-phenol-chloroform plays an essential role in the RNA isolation process Notes It is a stable and

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CHLOROFORM

Chloroform explodes when in contact with aluminum powder or magnesium powder or with alkali metals (e g lithium sodium and potassium) and dinitrogen tetroxide It reacts vigorously with acetone in the presence of potassium hydroxide or calcium hydroxide It is oxidized by strong oxidizers such as chromic acid forming phosgene and chlorine It reacts vigorously with triisopropylphosphine

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