chloropropane

chloropropane

[¦klȯr·ō′prō‚pān]
(organic chemistry)
Propane molecules with chlorine substituted in various amounts for the hydrogen atoms.
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2 Price changes of epoxy chloropropane affect downstream industry
OL, DLF, and DFL reacted with epoxy chloropropane to form epoxy resins were called OL-E, DLF-E, and DFL-E, respectively.
For the remainder of the year, the Company will produce tonne quantities of chirally-pure building blocks including: epichlorohydrin, chloropropane diol, propylene oxide, styrene oxide, propylene glycol, methyl glycidate and glycidyl tosylate.
Yet only four workplace health hazards -- lead, ionizing radiation, ethylene oxide, and dibromo chloropropane (DBCP) -- are regulated in the United States partly because of their effects on human reproduction.