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    Organic Fluorine Compound

    4-Chlorobenzotrifluoride

    (98-56-6)
    1. A benzene derivative; shows mutagenicity and toxicity activity
    2. A benzene derivative; displays mutagenic and toxic activity.
    Organic fluorine compounds are a type of elemental organic compounds in which the hydrogen bonded to the carbon atom in the organic compound molecule is replaced by fluorine. Compounds in which all carbon-hydrogen bonds in the molecule are converted into carbon-fluorine bonds are called perfluorinated organic compounds, and partially substituted ones are called monofluoro or polyfluoro organic compounds. Polyfluoro organic compounds have the characteristics of chemical stability, surface activity and excellent temperature resistance. Organic fluorine compounds are divided into the following categories: fluorine-containing hydrocarbons, fluorine-containing olefins, fluorine-containing aromatic hydrocarbons, and fluorine-containing cobalt.
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