The chlorinated organic solvents is a kind of organic compound widely used in daily life and production. Its molecular weight is not large. It exists in paints, adhesives, lacquers, and detergents. Chlorinated solvents such as styrene, perchloroethylene, trichloroethylene, ethylene glycol ether, and triethanolamine are often used.
Chlorinated Solvents List
Introduction to Chlorinated Solvents
Some chlorinated organic solvents can dissolve some insoluble compounds, such as grease, wax, resin, rubber, dyes, and so on of organic compounds. Its characteristic is that under atmospheric pressure it is liquid, and it has a great violation. In the process of dissolving, the nature of the solute and the solvent has no change.
The chlorinated solvent is a kind of organic compound widely used in life and production. The molecular weight is small, and it is liquid at normal temperature. Chlorinated solvents include many substances, such as alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, aldehyde, amine, ester, ether, acetone, aromatic hydrocarbon, hydrogenated hydrocarbon, terpene olefins, halogenated hydrocarbon, heterocyclic compound, nitrogen and sulfur compounds, and so on, most of them have certain toxicity to the human body.
It exists in paints, adhesives, paints, and detergents. Chlorinated solvents such as styrene, perchloroethylene
and ethylene glycol ether are often used.