dichloroethyl formal

or di·chlo·ro·di·eth·yl for·mal

[dahy-klawr-oh-eth-uh l or dahy-klawr-oh-di-eth-uh l fawr-mal; -klohr-]
noun Chemistry.
  1. a colorless liquid, C5H10O2Cl2, used chiefly as a solvent and in the manufacture of certain synthetic rubbers.

Origin of dichloroethyl formal

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