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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

What is the structure and use of Westron and Westrosol?


Westron (Tetrachloroethane) is a heavy in-flammable liquid (CHCl2CHCl2) and used as a solvent of rubber, varnish, paint and fats etc.

 While Westrosol is Trichloroethene (CHCI=CCl2) and used in dry-washing of cloths.
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