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There is no treatment, only supportive care, including oxygen, anti-seizure medication, atropine, used for some poisoning patients, and pralidoxime chloride, given to inhibit poisoning including by nerve agents.
After a night of partying in 1920, Pickford’s sister-in-law, the actress Olive Thomas, died after accidentally drinking the mercury bi-chloride that Mary’s brother, Jack Pickford, used as a topical treatment for syphilis.
Tronox further contends that the titanium dioxide made from the sole alternative—the sulfate method—is mostly interchangeable with the product made under the chloride system.
This rock salt is similar to table salt, made up of sodium and chloride, but coarser.
The alkyl chloride and organophosphate precursors are toxic, but not nearly to the degree of VX, which was developed in the 1950s for chemical warfare and is the most potent of all nerve agents.
Isabella Karle developed processes to synthesize plutonium chloride out of lumps of impure plutonium oxide.
Arginine bicarbonate plugs the exposed pores in your teeth for immediate relief, while other ingredients, such as potassium nitrate and strontium chloride, block pain signals to the brain.
According to the EPA: Acute (short-term) exposure to high concentrations of methyl chloride in humans has caused severe neurological effects.
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Origin and Etymology of chloride
First Known Use: 1812See Words from the same year
CHLORIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chloride for English Language Learners
: a chemical compound of chlorine with another element or group
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