chlorodifluoromethane

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chlorodifluoromethane

[klȯr·ō·dī·flu̇r·ō′meth·ān]
(organic chemistry)
CHClF2 A colorless gas with a boiling point of -40.8°C and freezing point of -160°C; used as an aerosol propellant and refrigerant.
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Some glowing red gas is also apparent, as well as subtle lanes of dust that block the view of more distant stars.
TruFuel was designed to replace the red gas can for owners of small power equipment.
But nothing like that ever happens in this place, just the hunched shoulders of an innocuous middle-aged man checking on his three red gas pumps with their insufferably blank white faces bolted upright alongside a deserted dirt road that empties abruptly into pine woods.
This price is based on the average price of 20 liters of red gas oil which is LL27,867, and after calculating all the expenses and a good profit margin for the owners of private generators," the statement said.
Executive red gas lift bar stool in leather-look fabric pounds 54.
Warwick District Council says the Hampton Road site had been strewn with human faeces, used nappies, food waste, large red gas cylinders, children's toys, newspapers, glass bottles and a host of other items.
March 1, investigators found a red gas container in the bathroom across the hall from Demerjian's room.
And off he drove in his luxury supercar to an ivory tower while the rest of us caught the bus home worrying if forking out for these four festive games in eight days would mean having to again hold off for the dreaded red gas bill to land on the doormat.
Water company Severn Trent Ltd made up the trio of big-name scalps after it landed a pounds 2,000 penalty for allowing red gas oil to pollute a nearby stream.