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Organochlorides, or Chlorocarbons, are a branch of the Organic Halide Peoples. They are the most important family in Chemical Culture There are many of them living in the world; some are working around humans and some are retired. Among the Organohalides, Organochlorides are the most influential.


Many Organochlorides have existed in nature before humans discovered them, but some -the most famous ones- are created by humans, for specific purposes.


Most Organochlorides have dark blue (representing chlorines) and light pink (representing hydrogens) hair, pale skin and dark red, slightly slanted eyes. Chloroalkanes have curly, Chloroalkenes have wavy and Chloroalkynes have straight hair. Aryl and Acyl Chlorides have blond and red sections, respectively.

The average Organochloride height is 174.8 cm based on 14 characters.

Chloromethanes and Chloroethenes

Chloromethane family

  1. Chloromethane/Methyl Chloride: Refrigeration consultant (c. 1835)
  2. Dichloromethane/Methylene Chloride: Mechanical engineer (C. 1839)
  3. Trichloromethane/Chloroform: Anaesthetist (formerly), now has a very bad reputation (c. 1830)
  4. Tetrachloromethane/Carbon Tetrachloride: Firefighter and dry-cleaner (formerly), was a pioneer in dry-cleaning (c. 1820)


  1. Chloroethylene/Vinyl Chloride: A plastics industry pioneer, one of the richest Chemicals (c. 1835)
  2. Dichloroethylene I & II : Twins who work in various industries
  3. Trichloroethylene: Former anaesthetist and dry-cleaner (c. 1836)
  4. Tetrachloroethylene: Dry-cleaner (c. 1839)


  1. Chloroethane: A very happy nurse who visits festivals in Brazil (c. 1440)
  2. Dichloroethane I: Has worked as an anaesthetist, father of Trichloroethane I & Dichloroethane II: (c. 1794)
  3. Trichloroethane I: Photographer (formerly) (c. 1840-1996) & Trichloroethane II
  4. Tetrachloroethane I & Tetrachloroethanes (c. 1836)
  5. Pentachloroethane (c. 1839)
  6. Hexachloroethane: A military general and Tetrachloroethylene's father (c. 1820)


This list includes notable characters that are from various Organochloride families.