Deutsch: Tetrachlorkohlenstoff / Español: Tetracloruro de carbono / Português: Tetracloreto de carbono / Français: Tétrachlorure de carbone / Italiano: Tetracloruro di carbonio /

A Carbon tetrachloride is a Compound consisting of one carbon atom and four chlorine atoms. It is an ozone depleting substance. Carbon tetrachloride was widely used as a raw material in many industrial applications, including the production of chlorofluorocarbons, and as a solvent. Solvent use was ended in the United States when it was discovered to be carcinogenic.

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"Carbon tetrachloride" is in the HS Code "2903.14"
- -- Carbon tetrachloride

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