Carbon-tetrachloride meaning

A poisonous, nonflammable, colorless liquid, CCl4 , used in fire extinguishers and as a dry-cleaning fluid.
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A nonflammable, colorless, poisonous liquid, CCl4, used in making refrigerants, as a solvent for fats and oils, etc.
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A colorless, nonflammable, poisonous liquid having a strong odor. It is used to make refrigerants, aerosol propellants, and pharmaceuticals. It is also used in petroleum refining and as a solvent. Until the mid-1960s, it was used as a cleaning fluid and in fire extinguishers. Chemical formula: CCl4.
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(organic chemistry) The halogenated hydrocarbon tetrachloromethane; a toxic, non-inflammable liquid, used as a solvent, in dry cleaning and in fire extinguishers.
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