The term halocarbon is normally used in chemistry to refer to a chlorofluorocarbon or other compound in which the hydrogen of a hydrocarbon is replaced by halogens. It can also be defined as a compound, such as a fluorocarbon, which consists of carbon and one or more halogens.
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any of a class of compounds containing carbon, one or more halogens, and sometimes hydrogen.
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