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Tetrachloroethane twins are two isometric Organochloride twins from the Chloroethanes House. Both were created in 1836.

  • Tetrachloroethane I is not much known. He rarely does any work. He does not care about anything.
  • Tetrachloroethane II, also known as Acetylene Tetrachloride more commonly, is the most known sibling. She has recently left the industry in which she worked since the early 1910s. She does not like humans but treats other Organochlorides like her children. Tetrachloroethane II considers Dichloroethylene II, Trichloroethylene and Tetrachloroethylene as her children. Tetrachloroethane's parents are Carbon Tetrachloride and Acetylene. Like her mother, Tetrachloroethane is also fond of eating livers.
She does not like taking responsibility. For example, one time Tetrachloroethane II killed a human and blamed Tetrachloroethylene.