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A Trihalide in chemistry is a functional group consisting of three halide atoms bonded to a single carbon atom. An example of a trihalide is chloroform. The trihalomethanes are the simplest trihalides, because only one hydrogen is connected to the carbon. The 1,1,1-Trichloroethane is one of the trihalides of ethane.
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