No such molecule as CHCl4.
You either means CCl4 ( tetrachloromethane ; carbon tetrachloride). or CHCl3 ( trichloromethane).
Chloroform , formula is 'CCl3H'. It is dissolved in a spirit, such as an alcohol.
It modern IUPAC name is 'Tri-chloromethane'.
The formula is CHCl3
The structure is the same as methane's tetrahedral structure , but with three hydrogens substituted for chlorines.
Chloroform was used as an anesthetic during childbirth primarily in the 19th century. It was popularized by James Young Simpson, a Scottish obstetrician, who began using it in the 1840s. The use of chloroform during childbirth declined in the late 19th century with the advent of other safer and more effective anesthesia options.
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You can't purchase it. You can get it from labs.
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generally they are not for sale. You can get them in labs.
It depends on the person. Some timesit make the death.
molar mass of CHCl3 is119.5gmol-1. so there are 0.49 moles.
chloroform is a polar compound. There are C,H and Cl as elements.