a colorless, syrupy hygroscopic liquid, HClO 4 , an acid of chlorine containing one more oxygen atom than chloric acid: used chiefly as a reagent in analytical chemistry.
a colourless syrupy oxyacid of chlorine containing a greater proportion of oxygen than chloric acid. It is a powerful oxidizing agent and is used as a laboratory reagent. Formula: HClO4 Systematic name chloric(VII) acid
perchloric acid per·chlo·ric acid (pər-klôr’ĭk)
A clear colorless liquid that is the highest in oxygen content of the series of chlorine acids and is a powerful oxidant used as a catalyst.
A clear, colorless liquid that is very corrosive and, under some conditions, extremely explosive. It is a powerful oxidant and is used as a catalyst and in explosives. Chemical formula: HClO4.
[per-klawr-uh-neyt, -klohr-] /pərˈklɔr əˌneɪt, -ˈkloʊr-/ verb (used with object), perchlorinated, perchlorinating. Chemistry. 1. to combine with the maximum proportion of chlorine.
1. a combination of and 2 : perchloromethane.
[per-klawr-oh-eth-eyn, -klohr-] /pərˌklɔr oʊˈɛθ eɪn, -ˌkloʊr-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. .
[per-klawr-oh-eth-uh-leen, -klohr-] /pərˌklɔr oʊˈɛθ əˌlin, -ˌkloʊr-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. . /pəˌklɔːrəʊˈɛθɪliːn/ noun 1. a colourless liquid used as a dry-cleaning solvent. Formula: CCl2:CCl2 perchloroethylene (pər-klôr’ō-ěth’ə-lēn’) See tetrachloroethylene.