/ (juːˈklɔːriːn) /
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an explosive gaseous mixture of chlorine and chlorine dioxide
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Words nearby euchlorine
eucarpic, eucaryote, eucharis, Eucharist, Euchite, euchlorine, euchologion, euchology, euchre, euchred, euchromatin
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How to use euchlorine in a sentence
Prof. Stone, of Manchester, has found Euchlorine of a great service as an aerial disinfectant.
Chlorine or euchlorine should be diffused in the air, the saucer being put some little distance above the head of the patient.
It appears from Davys notes that a few experiments on euchlorine were made in January.
Its colour, under such circumstances, was of a dense tint of brilliant yellow-green, whence the name of euchlorine.The Life of Sir Humphrey Davy, Bart. LL.D., Volume 1 (of 2)|John Ayrton Paris
I have ventured to name the compound euchlorine; it is of a very bright yellow green colour.