Chloroform was invented by Samuel Guthrie in 1831.
She gave birth to her eight child in 1853. She used chloroform as an anaesthetic. John Snow (who invented the chloroform inhaler which regulated the dosage of chloroform in 1848) gave her the chloroform, but used an open-drop method rather than the inhaler that he had invented.
Samuel Guthrie in 1831.
It used in the past. it used as anesthetic in the past.
it is soluble in chloroform. Chloroform is nonpolar.
No, chloroform is covalent.
what is the formula of chloroform
It is a bottle that contains chloroform.
Chloroform is a organic solvent.
Chloroform is a nonelectrolyte.
Sodium chloride doesn't react with chloroform and is not soluble in chloroform.
Chloroform spirit is 5% chloroform with 95% ethanol mixed together.
Chloroform is a molecule.
No evidence has been provided by the prosecution that she did purchase chloroform. They have shown that she researched chloroform on the computer and evidence that chloroform residue was present in her car. The information that she looked up on the computer was how to make chloroform.
the density of chloroform is 1.48g/ml.
insoluble in chloroform
The molecular formula for chloroform is CHCl3.
whats are the side effect of chloroform
Chloroform is considerably soluble in ethanol.
Chloroform is no longer used for Surgery
Yes. chloroform is polar molecule
Chloroform is not a acid. It is a polar compound.
Chloroform CHCl3 is a compound.