Chlorinated Solvent

A type of solvent used in printing inks, composed of carbon, chlorine and, occasionally, hydrogen. Chlorinated solvents have a high solvent strength and are capable of dissolving fats, oils, and other materials not easily dissolved by ketone, ester, or alcohol solvents.

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