1,1,2-trichloroethene

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1,1,2-trichloroethene is associated with abnormalities such as Autoimmune Syndrome Type II, Polyglandular, Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome, Exanthema, Werner Syndrome and Albinism. The involved biomedical functions are known as Oxidation, attenuation, Adjudication, trichloroethylene metabolism and Pressure- physical agent. The associated genes/proteins with 1,1,2-trichloroethene are CYP2E1 gene, HOXA10 gene, NR3C1 gene, EEF1A2 gene and TFDP2 gene. 1,1,2-trichloroethene is associated with Toluene, clay, Carbon Isotopes, Carbon and Isotopes.
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Associated abnormalities 9

Concept Name External ID Weighted Score Hits References
Autoimmune Syndrome Type II, Polyglandular 583.33 2
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Schwartz-Jampel Syndrome 666.67 2
  1. Evaluation of a horizontal permeable reactive barrier for preventing upward diffusion of volatile organic compounds through the unsaturated zone.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof, MT. van Genuchten (2015) J. Environ. Manage.
  2. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Exanthema ICD9-CM:782.1 777.78 1
  1. Steam and air co-injection in removing residual TCE in unsaturated layered sandy porous media.
    S. Peng, N. Wang, J. Chen (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Werner Syndrome 534.25 1
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Albinism 875.0 1
  1. Dissolution kinetics of volatile organic compound vapors in water: An integrated experimental and computational study.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, EM. Pontedeiro, JS. Pérez Guerrero, A. Raoof, S. Majid Hassanizadeh, MT. van Genuchten (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Age related macular degeneration 420.88 1
  1. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Spastic syndrome 654.75 1
  1. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Purging 925.5 1
  1. Solvent-based dissolution method to sample gas-phase volatile organic compounds for compound-specific isotope analysis.
    D. Bouchard, D. Hunkeler (2014) J Chromatogr A
Bradley 1000.0 1
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.

Associated chemicals 69

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
Toluene CHEBI:17578 986.94 21
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Study on photocatalytic degradation of several volatile organic compounds.
    GM. Zuo, ZX. Cheng, H. Chen, GW. Li, T. Miao (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  4. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  5. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
  6. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  7. Evaluation of a horizontal permeable reactive barrier for preventing upward diffusion of volatile organic compounds through the unsaturated zone.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof, MT. van Genuchten (2015) J. Environ. Manage.
  8. Dissolution kinetics of volatile organic compound vapors in water: An integrated experimental and computational study.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, EM. Pontedeiro, JS. Pérez Guerrero, A. Raoof, S. Majid Hassanizadeh, MT. van Genuchten (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
clay 923.88 11
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Plume persistence caused by back diffusion from thin clay layers in a sand aquifer following TCE source-zone hydraulic isolation.
    BL. Parker, SW. Chapman, MA. Guilbeault (2008) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Simulating an exclusion zone for vapour intrusion of TCE from groundwater into indoor air.
    X. Wang, AJ. Unger, BL. Parker (2012) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Carbon Isotopes 887.98 8
  1. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Solvent-based dissolution method to sample gas-phase volatile organic compounds for compound-specific isotope analysis.
    D. Bouchard, D. Hunkeler (2014) J Chromatogr A
  3. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Carbon CHEBI:33415 905.89 8
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Assessing the impact of VOC-contaminated groundwater on surface water at the city scale.
    PA. Ellis, MO. Rivett (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Plume persistence caused by back diffusion from thin clay layers in a sand aquifer following TCE source-zone hydraulic isolation.
    BL. Parker, SW. Chapman, MA. Guilbeault (2008) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  5. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  6. Application of microwave air plasma in the destruction of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride at atmospheric pressure.
    SJ. Rubio, MC. Quintero, A. Rodero (2011) J. Hazard. Mater.
  7. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Isotopes 867.69 7
  1. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Solvent-based dissolution method to sample gas-phase volatile organic compounds for compound-specific isotope analysis.
    D. Bouchard, D. Hunkeler (2014) J Chromatogr A
  4. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Methane 1000.0 7
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Assessing the impact of VOC-contaminated groundwater on surface water at the city scale.
    PA. Ellis, MO. Rivett (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  5. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Phenols CHEBI:33853 864.78 6
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Chlorides 864.94 5
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Application of microwave air plasma in the destruction of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride at atmospheric pressure.
    SJ. Rubio, MC. Quintero, A. Rodero (2011) J. Hazard. Mater.
Protons CHEBI:24636 878.81 4
  1. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Evaluation of a horizontal permeable reactive barrier for preventing upward diffusion of volatile organic compounds through the unsaturated zone.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof, MT. van Genuchten (2015) J. Environ. Manage.
permanganate 968.89 3
  1. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
PM 100 939.88 3
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
dichlorobis(ethylenediamine)rhodium(III) 452.23 3
  1. Assessing the impact of VOC-contaminated groundwater on surface water at the city scale.
    PA. Ellis, MO. Rivett (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Minerals CHEBI:46662 819.13 3
  1. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
Hydrocarbons CHEBI:24632 929.55 3
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
Hydrogen, Homeopathic preparation 549.88 3
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
Humic Acids 934.91 2
  1. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
Heptanes 937.5 2
  1. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Shale 837.88 2
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Hydroxide Ion 418.85 2
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Argon 895.75 2
  1. Application of microwave air plasma in the destruction of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride at atmospheric pressure.
    SJ. Rubio, MC. Quintero, A. Rodero (2011) J. Hazard. Mater.
Steam 935.64 2
  1. Steam and air co-injection in removing residual TCE in unsaturated layered sandy porous media.
    S. Peng, N. Wang, J. Chen (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Nitrate 937.25 2
  1. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Quartz 946.33 2
  1. Steam and air co-injection in removing residual TCE in unsaturated layered sandy porous media.
    S. Peng, N. Wang, J. Chen (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Electromagnetic induction of foam-based nanoscale zerovalent iron (NZVI) particles to thermally enhance non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) volatilization in unsaturated porous media: Proof of concept.
    S. Srirattana, K. Piaowan, GV. Lowry, T. Phenrat (2017) Chemosphere
Alkanes 898.0 2
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Alkenes 862.29 2
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated CHEBI:36683 994.5 2
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Hydrocarbons, Aromatic CHEBI:33658 899.41 2
  1. Assessing the impact of VOC-contaminated groundwater on surface water at the city scale.
    PA. Ellis, MO. Rivett (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Nitrogen CHEBI:17997 1000.0 2
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Palladium CHEBI:33363 960.0 2
  1. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
Sulfates, Inorganic 665.37 2
  1. Assessing the impact of VOC-contaminated groundwater on surface water at the city scale.
    PA. Ellis, MO. Rivett (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
cofactor 1000.0 1
  1. A comprehensive evaluation of the vial equilibration method for quantification of the metabolism of volatile organic chemicals. Trichloroethylene.
    C. Kim, RO. Manning, RP. Brown, JV. Bruckner () Drug Metab. Dispos.
Liquid nitrogen 950.5 1
  1. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
Stable isotope 890.5 1
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Amber 916.5 1
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Tetrachlorides 947.29 1
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
tenax 1000.0 1
  1. Phytoscreening as an efficient tool to delineate chlorinated solvent sources at a chlor-alkali facility.
    L. Yung, J. Lagron, D. Cazaux, M. Limmer, M. Chalot (2017) Chemosphere
Alkalies 787.5 1
  1. Phytoscreening as an efficient tool to delineate chlorinated solvent sources at a chlor-alkali facility.
    L. Yung, J. Lagron, D. Cazaux, M. Limmer, M. Chalot (2017) Chemosphere
manganese oxide 978.33 1
  1. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
sodium permanganate 1000.0 1
  1. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
m-cresol 1000.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
2-cresol CHEBI:28054 1000.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Lactates 937.5 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Succinates 950.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Hydroxyl Radical CHEBI:29191 1000.0 1
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
Chloride Ion CHEBI:17996 906.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Bicarbonates 958.33 1
  1. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Ozone 1000.0 1
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
silanol 1000.0 1
  1. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
hydroxyl group CHEBI:43176 980.71 1
  1. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
Zeolites 1000.0 1
  1. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
Cyclopentane 1000.0 1
  1. Miniaturized membrane-assisted solvent extraction combined with gas chromatography/electron-capture detection applied to the analysis of volatile organic compounds.
    M. Schellin, P. Popp (2006) J Chromatogr A
Cyclohexane 1000.0 1
  1. Miniaturized membrane-assisted solvent extraction combined with gas chromatography/electron-capture detection applied to the analysis of volatile organic compounds.
    M. Schellin, P. Popp (2006) J Chromatogr A
Water Specimen 918.29 1
  1. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
WATER,DISTILLED 1000.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Aluminum CHEBI:28984 944.0 1
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
2-methyl-4-nitroaniline ethylene dimethylammonium 497.22 1
  1. Plume persistence caused by back diffusion from thin clay layers in a sand aquifer following TCE source-zone hydraulic isolation.
    BL. Parker, SW. Chapman, MA. Guilbeault (2008) J. Contam. Hydrol.
small molecule 1000.0 1
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
haloalkene 1000.0 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Aldehydes CHEBI:17478 930.5 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Halogenated alcohol 1000.0 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
haloalkane 1000.0 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
tetrachloroethane 930.5 1
  1. Miniaturized membrane-assisted solvent extraction combined with gas chromatography/electron-capture detection applied to the analysis of volatile organic compounds.
    M. Schellin, P. Popp (2006) J Chromatogr A
Butane CHEBI:37808 1000.0 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Propane CHEBI:32879 1000.0 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
2,2,4-trimethylpentane 704.55 1
  1. A comprehensive evaluation of the vial equilibration method for quantification of the metabolism of volatile organic chemicals. Trichloroethylene.
    C. Kim, RO. Manning, RP. Brown, JV. Bruckner () Drug Metab. Dispos.
Petroleum 944.0 1
  1. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.
Freon 22 950.5 1
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Butadiene 804.0 1
  1. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
Nitriles CHEBI:18379 741.5 1
  1. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.

Associated functions 32

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
Oxidation 949.07 12
  1. Kinetics and mechanisms of UV-photodegradation of chlorinated organics in the gas phase.
    C. Feiyan, SO. Pehkonen, MB. Ray (2002) Water Res.
  2. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
  3. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Evaluation of a horizontal permeable reactive barrier for preventing upward diffusion of volatile organic compounds through the unsaturated zone.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof, MT. van Genuchten (2015) J. Environ. Manage.
  5. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
attenuation 932.65 9
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  5. Simulating an exclusion zone for vapour intrusion of TCE from groundwater into indoor air.
    X. Wang, AJ. Unger, BL. Parker (2012) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Adjudication 1000.0 6
  1. A gas-liquid system for enzyme kinetic studies of volatile organic chemicals. Determination of enzyme kinetic constants and partition coefficients of trichloroethylene.
    IY. Hwang, KF. Reardon, JD. Tessari, RS. Yang (1996) Drug Metab. Dispos.
  2. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  4. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  5. Dissolution kinetics of volatile organic compound vapors in water: An integrated experimental and computational study.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, EM. Pontedeiro, JS. Pérez Guerrero, A. Raoof, S. Majid Hassanizadeh, MT. van Genuchten (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
trichloroethylene metabolism 740.86 5
  1. A comprehensive evaluation of the vial equilibration method for quantification of the metabolism of volatile organic chemicals. Trichloroethylene.
    C. Kim, RO. Manning, RP. Brown, JV. Bruckner () Drug Metab. Dispos.
  2. A gas-liquid system for enzyme kinetic studies of volatile organic chemicals. Determination of enzyme kinetic constants and partition coefficients of trichloroethylene.
    IY. Hwang, KF. Reardon, JD. Tessari, RS. Yang (1996) Drug Metab. Dispos.
  3. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.
  4. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
  5. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Pressure- physical agent 638.78 4
  1. Steam and air co-injection in removing residual TCE in unsaturated layered sandy porous media.
    S. Peng, N. Wang, J. Chen (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
  4. Evaluation of a horizontal permeable reactive barrier for preventing upward diffusion of volatile organic compounds through the unsaturated zone.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof, MT. van Genuchten (2015) J. Environ. Manage.
catalyst 969.44 4
  1. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Study on photocatalytic degradation of several volatile organic compounds.
    GM. Zuo, ZX. Cheng, H. Chen, GW. Li, T. Miao (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  3. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
volatile substances 971.46 3
  1. Miniaturized membrane-assisted solvent extraction combined with gas chromatography/electron-capture detection applied to the analysis of volatile organic compounds.
    M. Schellin, P. Popp (2006) J Chromatogr A
  2. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.
  3. Phytoscreening as an efficient tool to delineate chlorinated solvent sources at a chlor-alkali facility.
    L. Yung, J. Lagron, D. Cazaux, M. Limmer, M. Chalot (2017) Chemosphere
Oxidants 1000.0 3
  1. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Evaluation of the fate and transport of chlorinated ethenes in a complex groundwater system discharging to a stream in Wonju, Korea.
    SS. Lee, D. Kaown, KK. Lee (2015) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Vapour pressure 972.88 3
  1. Influence of temperature and macromolecular mobility on sorption of TCE on humic acid coated mineral surfaces.
    KY. Bell, EJ. LeBoeuf (2013) Chemosphere
  2. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  3. Dissolution kinetics of volatile organic compound vapors in water: An integrated experimental and computational study.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, EM. Pontedeiro, JS. Pérez Guerrero, A. Raoof, S. Majid Hassanizadeh, MT. van Genuchten (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Adverse effects 955.89 3
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
  2. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
inhibitors 945.25 2
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
chlorination 972.0 2
  1. Combustion of chlorinated volatile organic compounds (VOCs) using bimetallic chromium-copper supported on modified H-ZSM-5 catalyst.
    AZ. Abdullah, MZ. Bakar, S. Bhatia (2006) J. Hazard. Mater.
  2. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.
Exhalation 893.0 2
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
conjugation 972.0 2
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
Infiltration 954.08 2
  1. Review of unsaturated-zone transport and attenuation of volatile organic compound (VOC) plumes leached from shallow source zones.
    MO. Rivett, GP. Wealthall, RA. Dearden, TA. McAlary (2011) J. Contam. Hydrol.
  2. Simulating an exclusion zone for vapour intrusion of TCE from groundwater into indoor air.
    X. Wang, AJ. Unger, BL. Parker (2012) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Metabolic Rates 867.67 1
  1. A comprehensive evaluation of the vial equilibration method for quantification of the metabolism of volatile organic chemicals. Trichloroethylene.
    C. Kim, RO. Manning, RP. Brown, JV. Bruckner () Drug Metab. Dispos.
Physiologic pulse 577.47 1
  1. Vapor-phase transport of trichloroethene in an intermediate-scale vadose-zone system: retention processes and tracer-based prediction.
    MS. Costanza-Robinson, TD. Carlson, ML. Brusseau (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Obstruction 692.52 1
  1. Steam and air co-injection in removing residual TCE in unsaturated layered sandy porous media.
    S. Peng, N. Wang, J. Chen (2013) J. Contam. Hydrol.
toluene oxidation 1000.0 1
  1. Oxidation of trichloroethylene, toluene, and ethanol vapors by a partially saturated permeable reactive barrier.
    MG. Mahmoodlu, SM. Hassanizadeh, N. Hartog, A. Raoof (2014) J. Contam. Hydrol.
photosynthesis light harvesting 728.82 1
  1. Electromagnetic induction of foam-based nanoscale zerovalent iron (NZVI) particles to thermally enhance non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) volatilization in unsaturated porous media: Proof of concept.
    S. Srirattana, K. Piaowan, GV. Lowry, T. Phenrat (2017) Chemosphere
Chemical Surfactants 1000.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Force 901.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
sulfate reduction GO:0019419 1000.0 1
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Pulmonary Circulation 1000.0 1
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
Ingestion 930.48 1
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
Toxicokinetics 1000.0 1
  1. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
ionization 868.0 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
Recombination, Genetic 767.45 1
  1. Application of microwave air plasma in the destruction of trichloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride at atmospheric pressure.
    SJ. Rubio, MC. Quintero, A. Rodero (2011) J. Hazard. Mater.
Sterility 735.89 1
  1. Effects of n-hexadecane and PM-100 clay on trichloroethylene degradation by Burkholderia cepacia.
    WT. French, LR. Brown, DN. Downer, HL. Fredrickson, CL. Teeter (2002) J. Hazard. Mater.
methanogenesis 1000.0 1
  1. Natural attenuation of trichloroethylene in fractured shale bedrock.
    M. Lenczewski, P. Jardine, L. McKay, A. Layton (2003) J. Contam. Hydrol.
Evolution 1000.0 1
  1. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.
degreasers 933.0 1
  1. Mass transfer of trichloroethylene through the palladized iron coated reactive geomembrane.
    YK. Kim, JY. Shin, KK. Lee, HS. Cho, HY. Jeon, JY. Kim (2012) J. Hazard. Mater.

Associated genes 7

Concept Name External ID Definition Weighted Score Hits References
CYP2E1 gene EntrezGene:1571 724.79 3
  1. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.
  2. Presystemic elimination of trichloroethylene in rats following environmentally relevant oral exposures.
    Y. Liu, MG. Bartlett, CA. White, S. Muralidhara, JV. Bruckner (2009) Drug Metab. Dispos.
HOXA10 gene EntrezGene:3206 491.32 1
  1. Simulating an exclusion zone for vapour intrusion of TCE from groundwater into indoor air.
    X. Wang, AJ. Unger, BL. Parker (2012) J. Contam. Hydrol.
NR3C1 gene EntrezGene:2908 894.0 1
  1. Phytoscreening as an efficient tool to delineate chlorinated solvent sources at a chlor-alkali facility.
    L. Yung, J. Lagron, D. Cazaux, M. Limmer, M. Chalot (2017) Chemosphere
EEF1A2 gene EntrezGene:1917 663.27 1
  1. Unintentional contaminant transfer from groundwater to the vadose zone during source zone remediation of volatile organic compounds.
    AD. Chong, KU. Mayer (2017) J. Contam. Hydrol.
TFDP2 gene EntrezGene:7029 700.0 1
  1. Groundwater-surface water interaction and its role on TCE groundwater plume attenuation.
    SW. Chapman, BL. Parker, JA. Cherry, R. Aravena, D. Hunkeler (2007) J. Contam. Hydrol.
SHFM1 gene EntrezGene:7979 653.75 1
  1. Integration of traditional and innovative characterization techniques for flux-based assessment of dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) sites.
    NB. Basu, P. Suresh, C. Rao, IC. Poyer, S. Nandy, M. Mallavarapu, R. Naidu, GB. Davis, BM. Patterson, MD. Annable, K. Hatfield (2009) J. Contam. Hydrol.
FASTK Gene EntrezGene:10922 759.5 1
  1. Transgenic plants for phytoremediation: helping nature to clean up environmental pollution.
    B. Van Aken (2008) Trends Biotechnol.

Chemical Information

Formula C2HCl3
Mass 131.38
Synonyms TRICHLOROETHYLENE
Trichloroethene
79-01-6
1,1,2-Trichloroethene
Ethene, trichloro-
Trilene
Trichlorethylene
Ethinyl trichloride
Ethylene trichloride
1,1,2-Trichloroethylene
Acetylene trichloride
Chlorilen
Narcogen
Trethylene
Trielina
Blancosolv
Crawhaspol
Densinfluat
Germalgene
Threthylen
Threthylene
Trichloraethen
Trichloran
Trichloren
Algylen
Anamenth
Benzinol
Blacosolv
Cecolene
Chlorylen
Circosolv
Dukeron
Lanadin
Lethurin
Narkosoid
Petzinol
Triasol
Trielene
Trielin
Trieline
Vestrol
Westrosol
Fluate
Nialk
Philex
Trial
Trilen
Trimar
Vitran
Fleck-flip
Flock flip
Tri-plus
Triklone N
Dow-tri
Tri-Clene
Perm-A-chlor
1-Chloro-2,2-dichloroethylene
Tri-plus M
triciene
Trichlooretheen
Tricloretene
Tricloroetilene
Trichlorethylenum
1,1-Dichloro-2-chloroethylene
trichloroethylenum
Trichloraethylenum
1,2,2-Trichloroethylene
Tricloroetileno
Chlorylea
Chorylen
Ethylene, trichloro-
Gemalgene
Narkogen
Trichloraethylen, tri
Trichlorethylene, tri
Triklone
Triline
Triol
Trichloorethyleen, tri
Trilene TE-141
Tricloroetilene [DCIT]
TCE (chlorohydrocarbon)
C2HCl3
Perm-A-clor
Rcra waste number U228
TCE
Trichloroethylene (IUPAC)
Trielina [Italian]
Caswell No. 876
Ethene, 1,1,2-trichloro-
Trichlorathane
Trichlorethene
Tricloretene [Italian]
Triclene
Trichlooretheen [Dutch]
Trichloraethen [German]
densi nfluat
Trichloraethylen
Trichloroethylene (TCE)
Trichloroethylene [INN]
trik lone
tric hloroethene
Tricloroetilene [Italian]
NCI-C04546
trichloro ethylene
Distillex DS2
CCRIS 603
R 1120
UNII-290YE8AR51
Tricloroetileno [INN-Spanish]
UN 1710
HSDB 133
Trichloorethyleen, tri [Dutch]
Trichloraethylen, tri [German]
Trichlorethylene, tri [French]
Trichloroethylenum [INN-Latin]
TRI
NSC 389
EINECS 201-167-4
UN1710
RCRA waste no. U228
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 081202
BRN 1736782
trichloraethylenum pro narcosi
Trichloroethylene (without epichlorohydrin)
AI3-00052
CHEBI:16602
F 1120
XSTXAVWGXDQKEL-UHFFFAOYSA-N
290YE8AR51
Trichloroethylene [UN1710] [Poison]
Trichloroethylene (with epichlorohydrin)
NCGC00091202-01
DSSTox_CID_1382
DSSTox_RID_76125
DSSTox_GSID_21383
Chlorylea, Chorylen, CirCosolv, Crawhaspol, Dow-Tri, Dukeron, Per-A-Clor, Triad, Trial, TRI-Plus M, Vitran
CAS-79-01-6
Trichloride, Ethinyl
Trichloroethene 1000 ng/microl in Methanol
Trichloroethylene, ACS reagent, >=99.5%
trichlor
Trichloroethylene [INN:NF]
Trichlorothene
Trimae
trichloro-ethene
Disparit B
trichloro-ethylene
Altene DG
Trichloroethene, 9CI
AC1Q3FVF
AC1Q3HBV
1,1,1-Trichloroethylene
ACMC-1BMG7
1,1,2-Trichloro-Ethene
EC 201-167-4
AC1L1MU4
SCHEMBL5754
Trichloroethylene, >=99%
4-01-00-00712 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
KSC492E5D
1,1,2-tris(chloranyl)ethene
CHEMBL279816
DTXSID0021383
Trichloroethylene, p.a., 98%
CTK3J2251
Trichloroethylene, LR, >=99%
MolPort-003-925-248
Trichloroethylene Reagent Grade ACS
ZINC8214699
Tox21_111101
Tox21_202543
ANW-42318
STL282732
Trichloroethylene, analytical standard
AKOS000118838
CCG-230934
LS-1768
MCULE-3945953656
RL05049
RTR-025197
TRA0085085
KS-00000V25
NCGC00091202-02
NCGC00091202-03
NCGC00260092-01
Trichloroethylene [UN1710] [Poison]
AN-23974
CJ-13182
KB-81255
SC-75035
Trichloroethene 10 microg/mL in Methanol
Trichloroethene 100 microg/mL in Methanol
InChI=1/C2HCl3/c3-1-2(4)5/h1
TR-025197
Trichloroethylene, Semiconductor, 99% 1L
C06790
Trichloroethylene, SAJ first grade, >=98.0%
26732-EP2280009A1
26732-EP2295426A1
26732-EP2295427A1
26732-EP2298772A1
26732-EP2308839A1
26732-EP2308849A1
26732-EP2308850A1
26732-EP2308857A1
26732-EP2309584A1
26732-EP2311815A1
26732-EP2314583A1
26732-EP2374786A1
26732-EP2380568A1
72311-EP2308867A2
72311-EP2308870A2
Trichloroethylene, JIS special grade, >=99.5%
157446-EP2275417A2
157446-EP2284162A2
157446-EP2284163A2
A839551
I14-6702
J-504494
Trichloroethylene, puriss. p.a., >=99.5% (GC)
BRD-K46435528-001-01-0
Trichloroethylene, spectrophotometric grade, >=99.5%
F0001-2068
Trichloroethylene, anhydrous, contains 40 ppm diisopropylamine as stabilizer, >=99%
Trichloroethylene, Pharmaceutical Secondary Standard
Certified Reference Material
Trichloroethylene, reagent grade, >=99.0%, contains ~1% 1,2-epoxybutane as inhibitor
123919-09-5
52037-46-4
Residual Solvent - Trichloroethylene, Pharmaceutical Secondary Standard
Certified Reference Material
TCV
PubChem CID 6575