5 edition of METHYLENE CHLORIDE (Environmental Health Criteria , Vol 164) found in the catalog.
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Product Name: Methylene Chloride Please ensure that this MSDS is given to, and explained to people using this product. 1 Safety Data Sheet 1. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Name Methylene Chloride Synonyms dichloromethane; methylene dichloride; methylene bichloride CAS# 75092 EC# 9. Methylene chloride is a solvent which is used in many different types of work activities, such as paint stripping, polyurethane foam manufacturing, cleaning, and degreasing. Employees exposed to methylene chloride are at increased risk of developing cancer, adverse effects on the heart, central nervous system and liver, and skin or eye irritation.
The Methylene Chloride report is published weekly in Asia and Europe by ICIS’ locally-based reporters. The trusted price assessments cover spot markets in both regions. The Environmental Protection Agency promulgated a Final Rule on Ma to prohibit the manufacture (including import), processing, and distribution in commerce of methylene chloride for consumer paint and coating removal, including distribution to and by retailers. Methylene chloride was one of the first ten chemicals to be considered a high priority for risk assessment under .
Methylene Chloride Methylene chloride most often affects the central nervous system (the brain) causing headaches, nausea, dizziness, clumsiness, drowsiness, and other effects like those of drinking alcohol. At very high levels it can cause unconsciousness and death. Methylene chloride causes cancer in animals, and is regulated as a cancer-causing. Dichloromethane | CH2Cl2 | CID - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities, safety.
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Methylene chloride (METH), also known as dichloro- methane, is a colorless, volatile non-flammable liquid with a penetrating, ether-like odor.' Its vapor density is three times that of air. The compound is an sicellent solvent and is especially attractive as a cleanins solvent because of its emectiveness and non-flammability.
It METHYLENE CHLORIDE book. Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment; Δ f H° liquid ± kJ/mol: Review: Manion, adopted combustion calorimetry data of Hu and Sinke, with increased uncertainty to reflect other data; DRB: Δ f H° liquid kJ/mol: Ccr: Hu and Sinke,2.
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Methylene chloride and its uses Methylene chloride, also called dichloromethane, is a volatile, colorless liquid with a chloroform-like odor. Methylene chloride is used in various industrial processes in many different industries: paint stripping, pharmaceutical manufacturing, paint remover manufacturing, metal cleaning and degreasing, adhesives.
Methylene chloride. Related Pages. Synonyms & Trade Names Dichloromethane, Methylene dichloride CAS No. RTECS No.
PA DOT ID & Guide. Formula. CH₂Cl₂. A common synonym for methylene chloride is dichloromethane. (1,4) Methylene chloride is a colorless liquid with a sweetish odor.
(1,6) The chemical formula for methylene chloride is CH 2 Cl 2, and the molecular weight is g/mol. (1) The vapor pressure for methylene chloride is mm Hg at 20 °C, and it has an octanol/water coefficient.
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CAS number: 75–09–2 NIOSH REL: None established; NIOSH considers methylene chloride to be a potential occupational carcinogen as defined by the OSHA carcinogen policy [29 CFR ].
Current OSHA PEL: ppm TWA, 1, ppm CEILING, 2, ppm 5-minute MAXIMUM PEAK IN ANY 2 HOURS. OSHA PEL: Same as current PEL ACGIH TLV: 50 ppm ( mg/m 3). Methylene Chloride other names: DCM, Dichloromethane, methylene dichloride, Methylenechloride, Narkotil, Solaesthin, Number: CAS number: Formula: CH 2 Cl Where to buy Methylene Chloride in the USA.
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Polycarbonates can be solvent bonded to themselves or other plastics with methylene chloride. Methylene chloride is a very fast-drying solvent cement for polycarbonate and is recommended for use in only temperate climate zones and when bonding small.
Methylene chloride, also known as dichloromethane and DCM, is a volatile chemical used in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and consumer applications. Information from the Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) for methylene chloride indicates the reported production volume is more than million lbs/year (manufacture and import).
Uses & Benefits Household Uses. Methylene chloride is a solvent found in paint and varnish strippers that are used to remove paint or varnish coatings from a variety of surfaces.
It is also used in bathtub refinishing. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule banning the use of methylene chloride in all paint removers for consumer use, effective Novem The EPA is restricting the use of methylene chloride because the chemical has been determined to be the cause of multiple deaths in the U.S.
“Acute (short-term) exposures to methylene chloride fumes can rapidly cause dizziness, loss of consciousness, and death due to nervous system depression,” the EPA reports.
Methylene Chloride, mL. Flinn Lab Chemicals, Your Safer Source for Science. methanol and hydrogen chloride vapors over an alumina catalyst at °C. A smaller amount of chloromethane is produced by heating a mixture of methane and chlorine to over °C.
However, this method also results in more highly chlorinated compounds such as methylene chloride and chloroform and is usually only used. Dichloromethane (DCM or methylene chloride) is an organochloride compound with the formula C H 2 Cl 2.
This colorless, volatile liquid with a moderately sweet aroma is widely used as a solvent. Although it is not miscible with water, it is polar, and miscible with many organic solvents. Methylene chloride is a synthetic, colorless, liquid with a sweet odor.
It is used primarily in industry for its solvent properties. It is used as a solvent in paints, varnish, paint removers, as a cleaning agent for metal parts and electronics, as an aerosol propellant, and, formerly, as an.
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Methylene Chloride. View Products. Product Name & Description Application / Industry. Ma -- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says it will issue a rule that bans the sale of methylene chloride to consumers but allows for .EPA//R/F TOXICOLOGICAL REVIEW.
OF. DICHLOROMETHANE (METHYLENE CHLORIDE) (CAS No. ) In Support of Summary Information on the.• Methylene chloride is a combustible liquid, but its vapor is flammable only when present in relatively high concentrations (14% to 22% in air).
• Methylene chloride is absorbed readily after inhalation and ingestion. Skin absorption is slow but may contribute to total body burden.