Chloroform

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GENERAL

  • Chloroform is a clear liquid with an ether-like odor and a slightly sweet taste.
  • It is a naturally-occurring chemical, but most of the chloroform in the environment is man-made.
  • Chloroform is a member of a group of chemicals called "trihalomethanes."
  • It is used to make coolants, as a fumigant for grain, and as a dry cleaning spot remover.
  • Chloroform is the common name of the organic compound whose chemical formula is CHCl 3.

USES

  • Chloroform was originally used to calm people suffering from asthma.
  • Chloroform is a common solvent in the laboratory because it is relatively unreactive, miscible with most organic liquids, and conveniently volatile.
  • Chloroform is used as a solvent in the pharmaceutical industry and for producing dyes and pesticides.
  • Chloroform was used an anaesthetic. Inhaling chloroform Inhaling chloroform brings about dizziness, fatigue and unconsciousness, permitting a doctor to perform simple surgery or various, otherwise painful, operations.
  • As a solvent,Chloroform is a common solvent because it is relatively unreactive, miscible with most organic liquids, and conveniently volatile.

MARKET

  • ICIS pricing chloroform reports offer market commentary that includes details of traced transactions, news on the supply/demand balance, export/import information news, contract price negotiations and general sentiment for price direction.
  • The global consumption of chloroform is projected to decline to 647 thousand metric tons by the year 2015, owing to the adoption of stringent regulatory framework for restricting the use of ozone depleting substances, such as HCFCs, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), halons, and carbon tetrachlorides.
  • The report analyzes the role played by international regulations such as the Montreal Protocol and the Kyoto Protocol in countering the threat of climate change and global warming, and the resultant decline in consumption of chloroform.

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