|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Newradar Gas|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||500 kilogram|
|Packaging Details:||standard export packing:each cylinder to be protected by two poly-nets,standing on wooden pallet wrapped by plastic film|
|Delivery Time:||15-25 working days after received your payment|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||3,00 ton per month|
|Chemical Properties:||Colourless Gas||General Description:||A Colorless Gas With A Sweet Odor And Taste.|
|Lighter:||Lighter Than Air.||Can Cause Explosion:||Yes|
|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.|
volatile organic compounds,
Ethylene (C2H4) ethene For Used Chemical Industry And For The Production Of Plastics.
Ethylene (or IUPAC name ethene) is a chemical compound with the formula C2H4. Each molecule contains a double bond between the two carbon atoms, and for this reason it is classified as an alkene, It is a colorless gas.
1. Physical properties
Ethylene acts as a hormone in plants, regulating the ripening of fruit, opening of flowers, and shedding of leaves. It is also very important in industry and is the most abundantly produced organic compounds in the world. Global production of ethylene exceeded 75 million metric Tons per year in 2005. It can undergo many types of chemical reactions to generate a wide variety of chemical products.
2. ETHYLENE Chemical Properties
|Melting point||−169 °C(lit.)|
|Boiling point||−104 °C(lit.)|
|vapor density||0.97 (vs air)|
|vapor pressure||35.04 atm ( 20 a°C)|
In the synthesis of fine chemicals
Ethylene is useful in organic synthesis. Representative reactions include Diels-Alder additions, ene reaction, and arene alkylation.
Ethylene was once used as a general anesthetic permitted via inhalation, but it has long since since replaced (see Effects Upon Humans, below).
It has also been hypothesized that ethylene was the catalyst for utterances of the oracle at Delphi in ancient Greece.
It is also found in many lip gloss products
Production of Ethylene in mineral oil filled transformers is a key indicator of severe localized overheating (> 750 degrees C)