allyl chloride


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allyl chloride

[′al·əl ′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
CH2CHCH2Cl A volatile, pungent, toxic, flammable, colorless liquid, boiling at 46°C; insoluble in water; made by chlorination of propylene at high temperatures.
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Qi, CCl bond fission, HCl elimination, and secondary radical decomposition in the 193 nm photodissociation of allyl chloride, J.
described a fluorescent-tagged water-soluble copolymer [4-methoxy-N-(2-NO,NO-dimethyl aminoethyl) naphthalimide allyl chloride quaternary ammonium salt] (FM)--AM (21).
Effective April 1 or as contracts allow, Dow is increasing the prices of allyl chloride and epichlorohydrin as follows: North America--$0.
Noel Boulos has been named North American business manager, organic products, responsible for the development of imported allylic product lines including epichlorohydrin, allyl chloride, 1,3-dichloropropene and polyglycerols.
Dow will increase the price of allyl chloride by $0.
Second, the ADMDHAC was obtained after the DMDHA had reacted with allyl chloride and recrystallized using a solvent composed of diethyl ether and ethanol.
NMR spectrum revealed the presence of the starting diamine 1, the monoformate 2, and diformate 3 in an approximate ratio of 1:2:1, respectively (Scheme Allyl chloride (0.
is increasing the North American off-list price for allyl chloride by $0.
Prices for allyl chloride and epichlorohydrin are increased by, $0.
PA3 was also prepared employing the above procedure for PA2, except that the mol ratio of allyl chloride and PAl is 1:3.
Chemicals covered under the rule that affect the plastics industry include acetaldehyde, acrolein (2-propenal), allyl chloride, butyl perbenzotate (tertiary), ethyl methyl ketone peroxide, ethylene oxide, formaldehyde, hexfluoroacetone, and nitromethane.
will increase the price of allyl chloride and epichlorohydrin by 5 cents per pound and BPA (bisphenol A) by 10 cents per pound.