Clear, colourless, heavy, nonflammable liquid organic compound with a pleasant etherlike odour, chemical formula CHCl3. It was the first substance successfully used as a surgical anesthetic (1847); being somewhat toxic, it has been increasingly displaced by other substances for this purpose. It has some industrial uses, primarily as a solvent.
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Replacement of hazardous chromium impregnating agent from silver/ copper/ chromium-impregnated active carbon using triethylenediamine to remove hydrogen sulfide, trichloromethane, ammonia, and sulfur dioxide.(TECHNICAL PAPER)(Report)
Mar 01, 2009; ABSTRACT Activated carbon (AC) is widely used as an effective adsorbent in many applications, including industrial-scale air...