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enEnglish deGerman
1 word
chloride Chlorid
 
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enEnglish eoEsperanto
1 word
chloride klorido
 
enEnglish esSpanish
1 word
chloride cloruros
 
enEnglish frFrench
1 word
chloride chlorure
 
enEnglish itItalian
1 word
chloride cloruro
 
enEnglish nlDutch
1 word
chloride chloride
 
nlDutch enEnglish
1 word
chloride chloride
 
nlDutch esSpanish
1 word
chloride cloruros
 
nlDutch frFrench
1 word
chloride chlorure
 
nlDutch itItalian
1 word
chloride cloruro
 
Definition
 
enEnglish
Dimethylvinyl Chloride definition: A clear, colorless, highly volatile and flammable liquid chlorinated hydrocarbon that emits highly toxic fumes of hydrochloric acid and other chlorinated compounds when heated to decomposition. Dimethylvinyl chloride is exclusively used for research purposes in organic synthesis and in the production of isobutylene compounds. This substance is reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen. (NCI05)
3-Chloro-2-methylpropene definition: A synthetic, flammable, volatile, colorless to straw-colored liquid that is insoluble in water and soluble in chloroform, acetone, alcohol, ether and benzene. It is used primarily as a chemical intermediate in the production of carbofuran, a carbamate insecticide; used in the production of herbicides, plastics, pharmaceuticals, and other organic as well as an additive in textiles and perfumes. When heated to decomposition, it emits toxic fumes of hydrochloric acid and other chlorinated compounds. Contact exposure of this substance causes irritation of the eyes and skin. Inhalation can lead to irritation of the respiratory tract and depression of the central nervous system. Breathing at high levels of 3-chloro-2-methylpropene vapors may induce coughing, gasping, breathing difficulties and extreme respiratory distress, even coma. It is reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen. (NCI05)
Acetylcholine Chloride definition: The chloride salt form of acetylcholine, a synthetic, quaternary amino alcohol with cholinergic properties. Acetylcholine chloride mimics the parasympathomimetic effect of the endogenous compound acetylcholine. Administered as an ophthalmic solution, this drug stimulates the cholinoceptors in the sphincter muscle of the iris, causing the pupil to constrict. (NCI05)
Chloride Measurement definition: A quantitative measurement of the amount of chloride present in a sample.
Chloride definition: A measurement of the chloride in a biological specimen.
chloride ion definition: negatively charged chlorine atom, Cl-.
Chloride definition: Chlorine requiring removal of one electron to return to its elemental form.
Chloride Ion definition: A chlorine anion that forms the negatively charged part of certain salts, including sodium and hydrogen chloride salts, and is an essential electrolyte located in all body fluids responsible for maintaining acid/base balance, transmitting nerve impulses and regulating fluid in and out of cells.
 
deGerman
Chlorid definition: [1] Anorganische Chemie: Salz der Chlorwasserstoffsäure (Salzsäure). [2] Organische Chemie: Verschiedenste chlorierte Derivate
 
itItalian
cloruro definition: [1] das Chlorid
 
frFrench
chloride definition: Nom donné par Berzelius aux combinaisons électro-négatives du chlore avec les corps métalliques et métalloïdes, lesquelles se comportent à la manière des acides.
chloride definition: Nom donné par Ampère à une famille de corps simples comprenant le chlore, le fluor, le brome, l’iode et le sélénium.
 
Publications
 

Worker exposure to vinyl chloride and poly(vinyl chloride).

J H Jones

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Oct 1981

Inhalation toxicity of vinyl chloride and Vinylidene chloride *

C. C. Lee et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1977

Comparative mammalian metabolism of vinyl chloride and vinylidene chloride in relation to oncogenic potential.

D E Hathway

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1977

Mutagenicity studies of vinyl chloride.

J D Fabricant et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Oct 1981

Methylene chloride poisoning in a cabinet worker.

M Mahmud et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Sep 1999

Pharmacokinetics of vinylidene chloride in the rat.

M J McKenna et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1977

Studies on the metabolism of vinyl chloride.

H Antweiler

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Oct 1976

Carcinogenicity studies on vinylidene chloride.

P L Viola et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Dec 1977

ClC chloride channels

Joe Mindell et al.

Genome Biology , 2001

Toxicity of vinyl chloride and poly(vinyl chloride): a critical review.

J K Wagoner

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Oct 1983

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