Carbon Tetrachloride CC14

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Carbon Tetrachloride CC14?

Compound consisting of one carbon atom ad four chlorine atoms, once widely used as a industrial raw material, as a solvent, and in the production of CFCs. Use as a solvent ended when it was discovered to be carcinogenic.

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