HCE

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Aggregated "Agree:Disagree:Neutral" Numeric Ratio Table Chemicals Chemicals HHRV Agree: Disagree: Neutral 1,4 Dioxane RfD RfC 6:4:1 OSF IUR 3:1:0 Biphenyl RfD 3:5:0 RfC 1:0:0 OSF 2:1:1 IUR 1:0:0 Cis -Dichloroethylene RfD 2:8:0 RfC 1:1:0 OSF IUR Trans -Dichloroethylene RfD 3:3:0 RfC 0:3:0 OSF IUR Dichloromethane RfD 3:6:1 RfC 4:7:0 OSF 1:4:0 IUR 1:0:0 Hexachloroethane RfD 4:6:0 RfC 3:3:0 OSF 3:0:0 IUR Methanol RfD 6:4:0 RfC 3:6:0 OSF 0:1:0 IUR Trichloroacetic Acid RfD 4:6:0 RfC 0:1:0 OSF 2:0:0 IUR Urea RfD 3:1:0 RfC 4:0:0 OSF 1:0:0 IUR
In addition, the requisitioning and stockpiling of extra rounds of hexachloroethane (HC), white phosphorus, and other smoke-producing munitions would logistically be much easier and cheaper than maintaining a fleet of generators and transporting them to areas where they are needed.
The European Commission adopted a further restriction on 29 October on use of the chemical product hexachloroethane (HCE).
Skylighter's inventory includes acetone, ammonium perchlorate, benzoic acid, boric acid, calcium carbonate, xylene, chlorine, alcohol, sodium fluoaluminate, dextrin, sodium benzoate, guanidine nitrate, hexachloroethane, stearic acid, iodine, lactose, lead tetraoxide, sodium bicarbonate, lead monoxide, methylene chloride, shellac, oxalic acid, chlorinated rubber, polyethylene, tungsten, zinc chromate, sodium salicylate, polyvinyl chloride and sorbitol -- along with such prosaic items as pine rosin, tropical tree resin and rice hulls (coated with burst-powder to break shells).