What Is the Boiling Point of Carbon Tetrachloride?

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This is a look at the boiling point of tetrachloromethane or carbon tetrachloride, also known a CCl4 or carbon tet.

The Boiling Point of CCl4 or Carbon Tetrachloride

The boiling point of carbon tetrachloride is 76.72 °C, 350 K, 170 °F. It is slightly volatile, such that you can smell a chlorinated solvent odor.

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