Chlorine [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Chlorine:

Hydrogen plays here the same rle as chlorine does in the ferric chloride solution.

It is probably a mixture of chlorous acid and free chlorine.

The colour is at once discharged by chlorine, while the colour of blood, although changed in hue, remains.

Accidents are liable to occur with chlorine gas from its extensive use as a disinfectant and also in its manufacture.

Chlorine is a yellow-green gas, which may, by cold and pressure, be condensed into a liquid.

Thudichum considers that the pure crystals contain no chlorine, and are therefore those of hæmatin.

The disadvantage is the vile smell of the chlorine gas when liberated by the combination of the two liquids.

When inks have become dry and hard, sometimes carbolic or acetic acid is used effectively with the chlorine.

With the wind blowing in the right direction, the Germans released an immense cloud of chlorine gas.

Chlorine gas immediately decomposes it, producing a viscid mass.