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phosgene Saltos de línea: phos|gene
Pronunciación: /ˈfɒzdʒiːn/

Definición de phosgene en inglés:

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[mass noun] Chemistry
A colourless poisonous gas made by the reaction of chlorine and carbon dioxide. It was used as a poison gas, notably in the First World War.
  • Alternative name: carbonyl chloride; chemical formula: COCl2
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • New agents, notably phosgene (an asphyxiating agent) and mustard (a blister agent called a vesicant), had been developed and used.
  • The primary gaseous agents used were chlorine, phosgene, a combination of the two, and mustard gas.
  • However, its immediate precursor compound, thiodiglycol, is used industrially, although in quantities that don't come anywhere near chlorine or phosgene.

Origen

Early 19th century: from Greek phōs 'light' + -gen, with reference to its original production by the action of sunlight on chlorine and carbon monoxide.

Palabras que riman con phosgene

indigene • hygiene

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