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2-Methoxypropene


2-Methoxypropene

Product Identification:

  • CAS No. 116-11-0; 172702-76-0
  • EINECS No. 204-125-3
  • Formula : CH2=C(CH3)OCH3
  • Mol wt . : 72.11
  • Synonyms : 2-Methoxyprop-1-ene; Isopropenyl methyl ether; Methyl isopropenyl ether;

Physical & Chemical Properties:

  • Physical State : clear liquid
  • Boiling Point :  35 - 36 C
  • Specific Gravity : 0.753
  • NFPA Rating :  Health: 1 Flammability: 4 Reactivity: 0
  • Flash :  -29 C
  • Stability : Stable under ordinary conditions. But extremely flammable and light sensitive liquid. Stabilized with potassium carbonate (0.5%)








Acetic Acid


Acetic Acid

Product identification:

  • CAS No. 64-19-7, 77671-22-8
  • EINECS No. 200-580-7
  • Formula ch3cooh
  • Mol wt. 60. 05
  • H.S. Code 2915. 21. 0000
  • Un no. 2789, 2790
  • Toxicity oral rat ld50: 3310 mg/kg
  • Synonyms ethylic acid; methanecarboxylic acid; vinegar; Vinegar acid; acetic acid, glacial
  • Essigsäure; ácido acético; acide acétique; ethanoic acid; Acetasol; octowy kwas; kyselina octova
  • Essigsaeure; octowy kwas; vosol
  • Smiles c(=o)(c)o
  • Classification solvent, acetic acid
  • Extra notes product of the oxidation of ethanol and of the Destructive distillation of wood.








Acetone


Acetone

Product Identification

  • Trade Name Acetone
  • Product Use Chemical Intermediate
  • Hazardous Ingredients of Material
  • Components Amount (Vol. %) CAS No. ACGIH TLV
  • Acetone 100 67-64-1 –
  • Exposure Limits (See Section VI for additional Exposure Limits)
  • Governing Body CAS No. Exposure Limits
  • ACGIH 67-64-1 STEL 750 ppm
  • ACGIH 67-64-1 TWA 500 ppm
  • OSHA 67-64-1 TWA 1,000 ppm
  • Emergency Overview:
  • Danger Extremely flammable liquid and vapor. Vapors may cause flash fire or explosion.
  • Harmful if inhaled.
  • Vapor concentrations may cause drowsiness. Causes skin and eye irritation. Harmful if swallowed. May cause target organ or system damage to the following: Eye, skin, respiratory system, central nervous system.








Allyl Chloride


Allyl Chloride

Section 1

Chemical Product & Company Identification

  • Product Name: Allyl Chloride
  • Catalog Codes: SLA2860
  • CAS#: 107-05-1
  • RTECS: UC7350000
  • TSCA: TSCA 8(b) inventory: Allyl Chloride
  • CI#: Not available.
  • Synonym: 3-Chloropropene; 3-Chloroprene
  • Chemical Name: Allyl Chloride
  • Chemical Formula: Not available.
  • Contact Information:
  • Sciencelab.com, Inc.
  • 14025 Smith Rd.
  • Houston, Texas 77396
  • US Sales: 1-800-901-7247
  • International Sales: 1-281-441-4400
  • Order Online: ScienceLab.com
  • CHEMTREC (24HR Emergency Telephone), call:
  • 1-800-424-9300
  • International CHEMTREC, call: 1-703-527-3887
  • For non-emergency assistance, call: 1-281-441-4400

Section 2


Composition and Information on Ingredients


  • Name CAS # % by Weight
  • Allyl Chloride 107-05-1 100
  • Toxicological Data on Ingredients: Allyl Chloride: ORAL (LD50): Acute: 460 mg/kg [Rat]. 425 mg/kg [Mouse]. DERMAL (LD50): Acute: 2066 mg/kg [Rabbit]. VAPOR (LC50): Acute: 11000 mg/m 2 hours [Rat]. 5800 mg/m 3 2 hours [Guinea pig].

Section 3 


Hazards Identification


  • Potential Acute Health Effects:
  • Hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of inhalation.
  • Slightly hazardous in case of skin contact (permeator). Severe over-exposure can result in death.








Acrylic Acid


Acrylic Acid

Product Identification:

  • Manufacturer: arkema canada inc.
  • 700 third line akville, ontario l6j 5a3
  • Emergency phone number:(905) 827-9841(arkema), (613) 996-6666 (canutec)
  • Product identifier: norsocryl® acrylic acid, glacial
  • Product code: ac154100
  • Product use: acrylic monomer








Acrylamide


Acrylamide

General

  • Synonyms: acrylic amide, ethylene carboxamide, 2-propenamide, propenoic acid amide, vinyl amide, propenamide, acrylamide monomer
  • Molecular formula: CH2=CHCONH2
  • CAS No: 79-06-1
  • EC No: 201-173-7

Physical data

  • Appearance: white crystalline chunks
  • Melting point: 84 - 86 C
  • Boiling point: 125C at 25 mm Hg
  • Specific gravity: 1.12
  • Vapour pressure:
  • Flash point: 84 C
  • Explosion limits:
  • Autoignition temperature:
  • Water solubility: moderate
  • Stability : Unstable
  • Do not heat above 50C. Explosive. Incompatible with acids, bases, oxidizing agents, reducing agents, iron and iron salts, copper, aluminium, brass, free radical initiators. 
  • Air sensitive. 








Ammonium Chloride


Ammonium Chloride

General

  • Synonyms: amchlor, ammoneric, sal ammoniac, ammonium
  • muriate, darammon, sal ammonia, salammonite, salmiac
  • Molecular formula: NH4Cl
  • CAS No: 12125-02-9
  • EC No: 235-186-4
  • EC index no: 017-014-00-8

Physical data

  • Appearance: white crystalline powder
  • Melting point: ca. 340 C (sublimes)
  • Boiling point:
  • Vapor density: 1.9
  • Vapor pressure: 1 mm Hg at 160 C
  • Specific gravity: 1.527
  • Flash point:
  • Explosion limits:
  • Autoignition temperature:








Benzoic Acid


Benzoic Acid

Section 1 

Chemical Product and Company Identification

  • Product Name: Benzoic acid
  • Catalog Codes: SLB3664, SLB2827
  • CAS: 65-85-0
  • RTECS: DGO875000
  • TSCA: TSCA 8(b) inventory: Benzoic acid
  • CI#: Not available.
  • Synonym:
  • Chemical Formula: C6H5COOH








Benzenesulphonyl Chloride


Benzenesulphonyl Chloride

Product Identification

  • CAS No. 98-09-9
  • EINECS No.. 202-636-6
  • Formula c6h5clo2s
  • Mol wt. 176. 62
  • H. S. Code 2908. 20
  • Toxicity








Benzaldehyde


Benzaldehyde

Product identification

  • CAS No. 100-52-7
  • EINECS No. 202-860-4
  • Formula C6H5CHO
  • Mol wt. 106. 12
  • H. S. Code 2912. 21
  • Toxicity oral rat ld50: 1300 mg/kg
  • Synonyms benzenecarboxaldehyde; benzoic aldehyde; artificial almond oil; benzenecarbonal; phenylmethanal; almond artificial essential oil; phenylmethanal benzenecarboxaldehyde; benzadehyde; benzene carbaldehyde; phenylmethanal;
  • derivation

Classification
:

  • Physical and Chemical properties
  • Physical state colourless to yellow liquid with bitter almonds odor
  • Melting point -26 c
  • Boiling point 179 c
  • Specific gravity 1. 044
  • Solubility in water soluble
  • pH
  • Vapor density
  • Autoignition 192 c
  • NFPA ratings health: 2 flammability: 2 reactivity: 0
  • Refractive index 1. 5450
  • Flash point 64 c
  • Stability stable under ordinary conditions








Bisphenil - A


Bisphenil - A

Product identification

  • CAS No. 80-05-7
  • EINECS No. 201-245-8
  • Formula (CH3)2C(C6H4OH)2
  • Mol wt. 228. 29
  • H.S. Code 2907. 23
  • Toxicity oral rat ld50: 3250 mg/kg








Ammonium Thiocyanate


Ammonium Thiocyanate

Product Identification:

  • CAS No. 1762-95-4
  • EINECS No. 217-175-6
  • Formula : NH4SCN
  • Mol wt. : 76.12
  • H.S.Code : 2838.00
  • Toxicity : Oral Rat LD50: 750 mg/kg
  • Synonyms : Thiocyanic acid, ammonium salt; Amthio; ammonium sulfocanide; ammonium sulphocyanide; ammonium rhodanide; ammonium sulphocyanate; Ammonium Rhodonide; Amthio; Ammonium sulfocyanate;

Physical & Chemical Properties:

  • Physical State : Colorless, deliquescent crystals
  • Melting Point : 150 C
  • Specific Gravity : 1.31
  • Solubility in Water : Soluble
  • Solvent Solubility : Soluble : acetone, alcohol, and ammonia
  • pH : 4.5-6.0 (5% sol)
  • NFPA Rating Health: 2 Flammability: 1 Reactivity: 1
  • Flash Point : 190 C
  • Stability : Stable under ordinary conditions








Picolines


Picolines

General

Alpha-picoline, beta-picoline, and gamma-picoline. The three compounds are structural isomers. The names of the three compounds indicate which of the hydrogens on the benzene ring portion of the molecule have been replaced. They are obtained from coal tar or petroleum. Because the boiling points of these three compounds are nearly the same, a separation of a mixture of the three into its pure components is impractical. Picolines are useful as solvents and as raw materials for various chemical products used in the industry of polymers, textiles, fuels,agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and colorants.







Benzyl Alcohol


Benzyl Alcohol

Product identification

  • Cas No. 100-51-6
  • EINECS No. 202-859-9
  • Formula C6H5CH2OH
  • Mol wt. 108. 14
  • H.S. Code 2906. 29
  • Toxicity oral rat ld50: 1230mg/kg
  • Synonyms benzenemethanol; phenylcarbinol; phenylmethyl alcohol;
  • phenylmethanol; alpha-hydroxytoluene; benzoyl alcohol; hydroxytoluene; benzenecarbinol; alphatoluenol;
  • (hydroxymethyl)benzene;
  • derivation

Classification


  • Physical and Chemical properties
  • Physical state clear, colorless liquid
  • Melting point -15 c
  • Boiling point 203 - 205 c
  • Specific gravity 1. 046
  • Solubility in water 4 gr/100ml
  • pH
  • Vapor density 3. 72
  • Autoignition 436 c
  • NFPA ratings health: 2 flammability: 2 reactivity: 0
  • Refractive index 1. 540
  • Flash point 104 c
  • Stability : stable under ordinary conditions








Calcium Propionate


Calcium Propionate

Product Identification

  • CAS No. 4075-81-4
  • EINECS No. 223-795-8
  • Formula (CH3CH2COO)2CA
  • Mol wt. 186. 22
  • H.S. Code 2915. 50. 5000
  • Toxicity oral rat ld50: 3920 mg/kg
  • Synonyms calcium propionate; propanoic acid calcium salt; propionate de calcium; calcium propanoate; mycoban; propanoic acid calcium salt; calcium dipropionate; bioban-c;
  • Smiles c([o-])(cc)=o. C(cc)(=o)[o-]. [ca+2]








Glycine


Glycine

Product Identification:

  • CAS No : 56-40-6
  • EINECS No : 200-272-2
  • Formula : H2NCH2COOH
  • Mol wt. 75.07
  • H.S. Code : 2922.49
  • Toxicity Oral rat : LD50 7930 mg/kg
  • Synonyms Aminoacetic Acid; Glycocoll; Athenon; Gly; G salt; Iconyl; Monazol; glycosthene; p-Hydroxyphenylaminoacetic Acid; Aminoethanoic Acid; p-Hydroxyanilinoacetic Acid; para-Oxyphenyl Glycocoll; Sucre De Gelatine;

Physicsl & Chemical Propertics:

  • Physical State White crystals, Odorless
  • Melting Point 245 C (Decompose)
  • Boiling Point
  • Specific Gravity : 1.6
  • Solubility in Water : 25g/100 ml
  • pH 5.97 (Isoelectric point)
  • Vapor Density

Refractive Index:

  • Autoignition
  • NFPA Ratings Health: 0 Flammability: 1 Reactivity: 0
  • Flash Point : 145 C
  • Stability Stable under ordinary conditions





Formamide


Formamide

Product Identification:

  • CAS No.: 75-12-7
  • EINECS No.: 200-842-0
  • Formula : HCONH2
  • Mol wt. : 45.04
  • H.S. Code
  • Toxicity Oral rat LD50: 5577 mg/kg
  • Synonyms Methanamide; Carbamaldehyde; Formimidic Acid;

Physical & Chemical Properties:

  • Physical State Clear liquid with ammonia odor.
  • Melting Point : 2.5 C
  • Boiling Point : 210 C (Decomposes)
  • Specific Gravity : 1.13 - 1.14
  • Solubility in Water miscible
  • pH : 7
  • Vapor Density : 1.6

Autoignition:

  • NFPA Ratings Health: 2; Flammability:1; Reactivity: 0
  • Refractive Index
  • Flash point : 154 C
  • Stability Stable under ordinary conditions








Gamma Butyrolactone


Gamma Butyrolactone

General:

  • Synonyms: 4-hydroxybutyric acid gamma-lactone, gamma-6480, agrisynth blo, gamma-bl, blo, blon, 4-butanolide, 1,2-butanolide, 1,4-butanolide, gamma-4-hydroxy-butyric acid, butyric acid lactone, butyrolactone, alpha-butyrolactone, 4-butyrolactone, butyryl lactone, 4-deoxytetronic acid, dihydro-2(3H)-furanone, gamma-hydroxybutyric acid cyclic ester, 2-oxolanone, tetrahydro- 2-furanone

Physical data:

  • Appearance: colorless oily liquid
  • Melting point: -45 C
  • Boiling point: 204 - 206 C
  • Vapor density:
  • Vapor pressure: 1.5 mm Hg at 20 C
  • Density (g cm-3): 1.12
  • Flash point: 98 C (closed cup)
  • Explosion limits: 1.4 - 16%








Azelaic Acid


Azelaic Acid

 Section 1 

 Chemical Product & Company Idenfitication:

  • MSDS Name: Azelaic acid, flakes, tech., 85-90%
  • Catalog Numbers: 10512-0000, 10512-0010, 10512-0250
  • Synonyms:
  • Nonanedioic acid





Dipropylamine


Dipropylamine

General:

  • Synonyms: di-n-propylamine, N,N-dipropylamine, N-propyl-1-
  • propanamine, N-dipropylamine
  • Use: synthetic intermediate
  • Molecular formula: C6H15N
  • CAS No: 142-84-7
  • EINECS No: 205-565-9
  • Annex I Index no: 612-048-00-5

Physical data:


  • Appearance: colorless liquid
  • Melting point: -40 C
  • Boiling point: 108 - 110 C
  • Vapor density:
  • Vapor pressure:
  • Density (g cm-3): 0.74
  • Flash point: 7 C (closed cup)
  • Explosion limits:
  • Autoignition temperature:
  • Water solubility: soluble, forming hydrates
  • Stability: Stable
  • Highly flammable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.





Dimer Acid


Dimer Acid

SECTION 1

Chemical Product & Company Identification:

  • Product Name : DIMER ACID
  • CAS No.: 61788-89-4
  • MSDS No.: YD-001

SECTION 2

Composition / Information on Ingredients:

  • CASRN CHEMICAL DIMER (%) TRIMER (%) MONOMER
  • 61788-89-4 DIMER ACID 75-82 17-22 1-3

SECTION 3

Hazard Identification:

  • This kind of material has stickiness Avoid contact with skin, eyes. The principal routes of
  • entry for this material are inhalation and skin absorption.
  • Chronic Effects :  None Known
  • Hazard Symbols : None Known
  • Risk Phrases : None Known








Calcium Gluconate


Calcium Gluconate

Product Identification:

  • CAS No. 299-28-5 (Anhydrous)
  • 18016-24-5 (Hydrate)
  • EINECS No. 206-075-8
  • Formula : [HOCH2[CH(OH)]4COO]2Ca
  • Mol wt. : 430.38
  • H.SCode : 2918.16
  • Synonyms : D-gluconic acid, Calcium salt;
  • D-Gluconic acid, monoscalcium salt; Calciofon; D-Gluconic acid, calcium salt (2:1); Glucobiogen;
  • Neocalglucon; Gluconato de calcio; Gluconate de calcium;

Physical & Chemical Properties:

  • Physical State : white crystalline powder or granule
  • Solubility in Water : Soluble (Insoluble in alcohol, benzene)
  • pH : 6.0 - 8.5 (10% Sol.)
  • NFPA Rating : Health: 1; Flammability: 0; Instability: 0
  • Stability : Stable under ordinary conditions








Epichlorohydrin


Epichlorohydrin

General:

  • Synonyms: 1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane, 3-chloro-1,2-propylene oxide, chloromethyloxirane, chloromethylethylene oxide, dl-aepichlorohydrin, chloropropylene oxide, epichlorhydrin, skekhg
  • Molecular formula: ClCH2C2H3O
  • CAS No: 106-89-8
  • EC No: 203-439-8
  • Annex I Index No: 603-026-00-6

Physical data:


  • Appearance: colorless liquid
  • Melting point: -26 C
  • Boiling point: 116 C
  • Vapour density: 3.2 (air = 1)
  • Vapour pressure: 12.5 mm Hg at 20 C
  • Density (g cm-3): 1.18
  • Flash point: 32 C (closed cup)
  • Explosion limits: 3.8 - 21 %
  • Autoignition temperature:
  • Water solubility: appreciable








Butyraldehyde


Butyraldehyde

General:

  • Synonyms: butal, butaldehyde, butanal, butyl aldehyde, n-butyl aldehyde, butyric aldehyde, n-butyraldehyde, butalyde
  • Molecular formula: C4H8O
  • CAS No: 123-72-8
  • EC No: 204-646-6
  • Annex I Index No: 605-006-00-2
  • Physical data
  • Appearance: colourless liquid with a very unpleasant smell
  • Melting point: -96 C
  • Boiling point: 75 C
  • Specific gravity: 0.800
  • Vapour pressure: 91.5 mm Hg at 20 C
  • Flash point: 12 F
  • Explosion limits: 1.4% - 12.5%
  • Autoignition temperature: 446 F





2-Butoxyethyl Acetate


2-Butoxyethyl Acetate

General:

  • Synonyms: ethylene glycol monobutyl ether acetate, ethylene glycol butyl ether acetate
  • Use:
  • Molecular formula: CH3COOCH2CH2OCH2CH2CH2CH3
  • CAS No: 112-07-2
  • EINECS No:

Physical data:


  • Appearance: colourless to pale yellow liquid with a mild odor
  • Melting point: -63 C
  • Boiling point: 192 C
  • Vapor density: 5.5 (air = 1)
  • Vapor pressure: 0.3 mm Hg at 20 C
  • Density (g cm-3): 0.94
  • Flash point: 71 C (closed cup)
  • Explosion limits: 0.5 - 3.7%
  • Autoignition temperature:
  • Water solubility:








Chloroform


Chloroform

Section 1

Chemical Product and Company Identification:

  • Product Name: Chloroform
  • Catalog Codes: SLC1888, SLC5044
  • CAS#: 67-66-3
  • RTECS: FS9100000
  • TSCA: TSCA 8(b) inventory: Chloroform
  • CI#: Not available.
  • Synonym: Trichloromethane; Methane, trichlor-
  • Chemical Name: Chloroform
  • Chemical Formula: CHCl3
  • Contact Information:
  • Sciencelab.com, Inc.
  • 14025 Smith Rd.
  • Houston, Texas 77396
  • US Sales: 1-800-901-7247
  • International Sales: 1-281-441-4400
  • Order Online: ScienceLab.com
  • CHEMTREC (24HR Emergency Telephone), call:
  • 1-800-424-9300
  • International CHEMTREC, call: 1-703-527-3887
  • For non-emergency assistance, call: 1-281-441-4400








Cresylic Acid


Cresylic Acid

Product Identification:

  • CAS No. : 1319-77-3
  • EINECS No. : 215-293-2
  • Formula : CH3C6H4OH
  • Mol wt. : 108.14
  • H.S. Code : 2907.12.0000
  • Toxicity : Oral rat LD50: 121 mg/kg









Citric Acid


Citric Acid

Section 1
 
Chemical Product and Company Identification:

  • MSDS Name: Citric Acid, Anhydrous, U.S.P./N.F. (Granular)
  • Catalog Numbers: AC405280000, AC405285000, S72836, S72836-1, A940 1, A940
  • 500, A940-1,
  • A940-500, A9401, A940250LB, A940500, A95 3, A95-250LB, A95-3, A9520LB, A953,
  • BP339 500,
  • BP339-500, BP339500, BW3570250, BW3580250, S7299, S782362
  • Synonyms: 2-Hydroxy-1,2,3-propanetricarboxylic acid.

Section 2
 

Composition, Information on Ingredients:

  • CAS Chemical Name Percent EINECS/ELINCS
  • 77-92-9 Citric acid 99.0 201-069-1
  • Hazard Symbols: XI
  • Risk Phrases: 36/37/38

Section 3
 

Hazards Identification:
  • Appearance: White powder. Caution! Causes respiratory tract irritation. May cause digestive tract irritation. Moisture sensitive. Causes severe eye irritation.
  • May cause skin sensitization by skin contact. Causes skin irritation.
  • Target Organs: None.








Potassium Hydroxide


Potassium Hydroxide

General:

  • Synonyms: caustic potash, Lye, potassium hydrate
  • Molecular formula: KOH
  • CAS No: 1310-58-3
  • EC No: 215-181-3

Physical data:


  • Appearance: white crystals, flakes, sticks or pellets
  • Melting point: 360 C
  • Boiling point: 1320 C
  • Vapor density:
  • Vapor pressure:
  • Density (g cm-3): 2.04
  • Flash point:
  • Explosion limits:
  • Autoignition temperature:
  • Water solubility: high








Caustic Soda


Caustic Soda

Product Identification:

  • CAS No. 1310-73-2; 8012-01-9
  • EINECS No. 215-185-5
  • Formula : NaOH
  • Mol wt. : 40
  • H.S. Code : 2815.11.0000
  • Synonyms: Caustic soda; Sodium hydrate; soda lye; Lye; Sodium Hydroxide;
  • White Caustic; Caustic Flake; Hydroxyde De Sodium (French); Natriumhydroxid (German);
  • Natriumhydroxyde (Dutch); Sodio(Idrossido Di); Ascarite;
  • SMILES O[Na]
  • Callsification : Caustic, Alkalizing agent. Strong base,
  • EXTRA NOTES EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 075603. A highly caustic substance that is
  • Used to neutralize acids and make sodium salts.








Cyclohexanone


Cyclohexanone

Section 1

Chemical Product and Company Identification:


  • MSDS Name: Cyclohexanone Catalog Numbers: AC111190000, AC111190010,
  • AC111190025, AC111190250, AC406095000, C550-4, O2109-1, O2109-4,
  • O21094LC, O2109FB115, O2109FB19, O2109FB200, O2109FB50, O2109POP19,
  • O2109POP200, O2109POP50, O2109POPB20, O2109POPB50, O2109RB200,
  • O2109RB50, O2109SS115, O2109SS19, O2109SS200, O2109SS28, O2109SS50
  • Synonyms: Ketohexamethylene; Pimelic ketone. Company Identification: Fisher
  • Scientific 1 Reagent Lane Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 For information, call: 201-796-7100
  • Emergency Number: 201-796-7100 For CHEMTREC assistance, call: 800-424-9300 For International CHEMTREC assistance, call: 703-527-3887

Section 2

Composition, Information on Ingredients:


  • CAS Chemical Name Percent EINECS/ELINCS
  • 108-94-1 Cyclohexanone >98 203-631-1








Cyclohexanol


Cyclohexanol

General:

  • Synonyms: cyclohexyl alcohol, adronal, anol, naxol, hexalin, hydrophenol, hydralin, hexahydrophenol, hydroxycyclohexane
  • Molecular formula: C6H12O
  • CAS No: 108-93-0
  • EC No: 203-630-6
  • Annex I Index No: 603-009-00-3

Physical data:

  • Appearance: colourless liquid
  • Melting point: 20 - 22 C
  • Boiling point: 160 - 161 C
  • Vapor density: 3.5 g/l
  • Vapor pressure: 0.98 mm Hg at 25 C
  • Specific gravity: 0.948
  • Flash point: 67 C
  • Explosion limits: 1.25 - 12.25 %
  • Autoignition temperature: 300 C








Iodine


Iodine

General
  •     Synonyms:
  •     Molecular formula: I2
  •     CAS No: 7553-56-2
  •     EC No: 231-442-4
  •     EU No: 053-001-00-3
Physical Data :
  •     Appearance: Purple to black crystals
  •     Melting point: 113 - 114 C
  •     Boiling point: 183 C
  •     Specific gravity: 4.93
  •     Vapour pressure: 0.31 mm Hg at 25 C
  •     Vapour density: 9.0 (air = 1)
  •     Flash point: n/a
  •     Explosion limits: n/a






Iso Valeraldehyde


Iso Valeraldehyde

GeneralSynonyms: Isopentaldehyde, 3-Methylbutanal, 3-Methylbutyraldehyde, Isoamylaldehyde, Methyl Butyraldehyde, 3-Methyl-1-Butanal, IsopentanalUse:
  • Molecular Formula: (Ch3)2Chch2Cho
  • Cas No: 590-86-3
  • Einecs No: 209-691-5
Physical Data :
  •     Appearance: Colourless Liquid With A Strong And (For Some People)
  •     Disagreeable Odour Of Apples
  •     Melting Point: -60 C
  •     Boiling Point: 90 C
  •     Vapour Pressure: 40 Hpa At 20 C
  •     Density (G Cm-3): 0.803
  •     Flash Point: -1 C    
Stability :Stable, But Light And Air Sensitive. Highly Flammable. Readily Forms Explosive Mixtures With Air. Incompatible With Strong Oxidizing Agents, Bases, Reducing Agents, Air.





L Tartaric Acid


L Tartaric Acid

General :Synonyms: 2,3-Dihydroxybutanedioic Acid, Dextrotartaric Acid, 2,3-Dihydrosuccinic Acid, 1,2-Dihydroxyethane-1,2-Dicarboxylic Acid, (+)-Tartaric Acid, (R,R)-(+)-Tartatic Acid, 3-Hydroxymalic Acid
  • Use: Cooking, Brewing
  • Molecular Formula: C4H6O6
  • Cas No: 87-69-4
  • Ec No: 201-766-0
Physical Data :
  •     Appearance: White Crystals
  •     Melting Point: 170 - 172 C
  •     Boiling Point:
  •     Vapour Density: 5.18 G/L
  •     Vapour Pressure:
  •     Specific Gravity:
  •     Flash Point: 150 C
  •     Autoignition Temperature: 797 F
Stability
  • Stable. Incompatible With Oxidizing Agents, Bases, Reducing Agents.
  • Combustible.
Toxicology :May Be Harmful By Inhalation, Ingestion Or Skin Absorption. Irritant.





Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate (LHI)


Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate (LHI)

General:    Synonyms:
  •     Molecular Formula: Lioh
  •     Cas No: 1310-65-2
    Physical Data:
  •     Appearance: White Crystals Or Pellets
  •     Melting Point: 470 C
  •     Boiling Point:
  •     Vapour Density: 1.4 (Air = 1)
  •     Vapour Pressure:
  •     Density (G Cm-3): 1.51
  •     Water Solubility: Appreciable
Stability :Stable. Incompatible With Moisture. Strong Acids, Carbon Dioxide.Toxicology :Poison. May Be Fatal If Swallowed. Eye Contact May Cause Serious, Irreversible Damage. Corrosive - Causes Burns. May Cause Severe Eye Irritation Or Burns. Chronic Exposure May Cause Cns, Liver Or Kidney Damage.





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