chloroacetone

/klawr'oh as"i tohn', klohr'-/, n.
a colorless, lachrymatory, poisonous liquid, C3H5ClO, used chiefly in organic synthesis and in the manufacture of insecticides and perfumes.
[CHLORO-2 + ACETONE]

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