Ethylene Dichloride

Ethylene Dichloride (C2H4Cl2) is a clear, toxic liquid also known as 1,2-dichloroethane, used in vinyl chloride monomer production. Because it is flammable, we recommend a safe chemical storage building that meets specific regulations for storing Ethylene Dichloride. Please review our fire rated products: FIRELoc

Ethylene Dichloride Storing Details

  • Flammable Details: Flash point 56°F.
  • Storage Details: Keep separated from incompatible substances, such as oxidizers. Store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards. Requires compliant flammable storage container.
  • Compatible Details:
  • Description: The chemical compound 1,2-dichloroethane commonly known by its old name of ethylene dichloride, is a chlorinated hydrocarbon, mainly used to produce vinyl chloride monomer, the major precursor for PVC production.
  • Classification: CLASS 3
  • Brand Name: n/a

Ethylene Dichloride Properties

Formula Density Boiling Point; IUPAC ID Molar Mass Soluble In Melting Point
C2H4Cl2 1.25 g/cm³ 84°C, 357 K, 183°F 1,2-Dichloroethane 98.96 g/mol Water -35?°C, 238?K, -31?°F




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