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|IUPAC Name:||Ethene||CAS No.:||74-85-1|
|Air & Water Reactions:||Highly Flammable.||Reactivity Profile:||Peroxidizable Monomer May Initiate Exothermic Polymerization Of The Bulk Material|
|Health Hazard:||Moderate Concentration In Air Causes Drowsiness, Dizziness, And Unconsciousness.||Overexposure:||Headache, Drowsiness, Muscular Weakness.|
99.95% Ethylene C2H4 Ethene Used For Specialty Glass For The Automotive Industry
Ethylene is oxidized to produce ethylene oxide, a key raw material in the production of surfactants and detergents by ethoxylation. Ethylene oxide is also hydrolyzed to produce ethylene glycol, widely used as an automotive antifreeze as well as higher molecular weight glycols, glycol ethers and polyethylene terephthalate.
1. Physical properties
A divalent hydrocarbon group C2H4 derived from ethane
2. Test report
Ethylene should be used when combustible gas pressure relief valve (decompression table), and the detection of airtightness of the pipeline, the use of gas is strictly prohibited. Switch the gas valve when the action must be slow, no gas should be kept when the cylinder valve closed.
Used cylinders should be retained in accordance with the provisions of the residual pressure of more than 0.05MPa, flammable gas should be retained more than 0.2MPa residual pressure. All kinds of cylinders should be dedicated to the bottle, must be regularly carried out safety inspection.
1. Chemical: Intermediate in the chemical industry and production of plastics.
2. Food Beverage: Ripening of fruit, especially banana.
3. Glass: Specialty glass for the automotive industry (car glass).
4. Fabrication: Metal cutting, welding and High Velocity Thermal Spraying.
5. Refrigerant: Refrigerant especially in LNG liquefaction plants.
6. Rubber Plastic: Used in the extraction of rubber.