It is easily broken down by many substances (aluminium chloride, zinc chloride, &c.) into ethyl chloride and carbon dioxide.
Then add the zinc chloride, and when cool, will be ready for use.
A weak solution of zinc chloride is also said to be an effectual banisher of these pests.
By boiling with zinc chloride, helleborin splits up into sugar and a resin—helleboresin.
They treat the woods with such chemicals as creosote, zinc chloride and other preservatives.
Sulphurous acid and zinc chloride also failed to destroy all the germs of infection.
It forms crystalline salts with platinic chloride, with gold chloride, with mercuric chloride, and with zinc chloride.
Of the various preservative processes, those using coal tar creosote and zinc chloride have proved most efficient.
By distillation with zinc chloride, cymene and other products are produced.
The use of ties freshly treated with zinc chloride also reduces the ballast resistance.
|zinc chloride |
A white, water-soluble crystalline compound used as a wood preservative, as a soldering flux, and for a variety of industrial purposes, including the manufacture of cements and paper parchment. Chemical formula: ZnCl2.