chlorine

[ klawr-een, -in, klohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chlorine

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This represents as near 20 per mille of chlorine as possible.

The lignone group is unaffected, and combines with chlorine as in the original.

The ore is first roasted, and is then moistened and treated with chlorine.

It is readily attacked by chlorine but not by oxidizing agents.

Give the derivation of the names of the elements of the chlorine family.

Chlorine has likewise a strong affinity for many of the non-metals.

It might run somewhat like this: This is the salt that furnishes the chlorine.

This is the chloride that is formed when the chlorine gas unites with the gold.

That is the real danger in submarine boats—suffocation from chlorine.

The chloroform is decomposed, and the chlorine combines with the lime.