anhydrous hydrogen chloride

anhydrous hydrogen chloride

[an′hī·drəs ‚hī·drə·jən ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
HCl Hazardous, toxic, colorless gas used in polymerization, isomerization, alkylation, nitration, and chlorination reactions; becomes hydrochloric acid in aqueous solutions.
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