chloromethane


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chloromethane

[¦klȯr·ō′meth‚ān]
(organic chemistry)
CH3Cl A colorless, noncorrosive, liquefiable gas which condenses to a colorless liquid; used as a refrigerant, and as a catalyst carrier in manufacture of butyl rubber. Also known as methyl chloride.
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The plant proposing to produce hazardous chloromethane chemical, which is used as an intermediate in the production of fluorocarbons and fluoropolymers, and as a solvent in pharmaceutical manufacturing, metal cleaning/ degreasing, and other chemical processing applications.
The owner admitted that chloromethane is used on site but that the substance is used in factories throughout the EU.