Hexachloroethane

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Hexachloroethane is the last Chlorinated Ethane and works in human military. Like other Total Chlorocarbons like Carbon Tetrachloride and Tetrachloroethylene, Hexachloroethane has also worked as a veterinary doctor. He has lived in the United States and India. He is the father of C. Tetrachloride and Tetrachloroethylene. Hexachloroethane named himself Xavier Coleman.

Appearance

He is about 2 metres tall. He has dark blue hair.

Early life and family

Hexachloroethane was created in 1820 together with C. Tetrachloride in England. His other daughter Tetrachloroethylene was created in 1839, France. Hexachloroethane had difficulties in telling these two apart despite the differences in appearance and smell. He even thought the two were the same person. His confusion survived until the execution of Carbon Tetrachloride but he still thinks Tetrachloroethylene is the older one.

Like two of his daughters, he has worked as a veterinary doctor specialising in parasites.