ethylene dichloride


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ethylene dichloride

[′eth·ə·lēn dī′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
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We are also excited to become the first producer of ethylene dichloride in the UAE and to later bringing vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride production to the country as part of phase II of the project.
Al Suwaidi said: "We are excited to become the first producer of ethylene dichloride in the UAE and to later bring vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride production.
Detailed information of all active plants and planned Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) projects in Brazil with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
Detailed information of all active plants and planned Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) projects in India with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
20 in the Gulf of Aden just hours after they tried to hijack a Malaysian-operated tanker that was carrying 23 Filipino crew and about $10 million worth of lubricating oil and ethylene dichloride.
The project is a joint venture between the state-run miner and Sahara Petrochemicals Co and has a production capacity of 250,000 tonnes per year of caustic soda and 300,000 tpy of ethylene dichloride.
Synthesis of the two materials will turn out Ethylene Dichloride (EDC), which if processed further with cracker will produce vinyl chloride monomer (VCM).
Methanol, ethylene, propylene, butadiene, ethylene dichloride, LAB, PTA, propane, butane, benzene pyrolyze, pentane plus, benzene, paraxylene, ammoniac, nitrate ammonium, sulfur, sulfuric acid, heavy and light polyethylene, PVC and PET were among the main petrochemicals Iran exported last month.
Although the neurological effects of ethylene dichloride (EDC) have been fairly well explored, the literature offers little information concerning the long-term effects on adaptive functioning.
The chemicals that Borden reportedly released into the air were ethylene dichloride, vinyl-chloride monomer, hydrogen chloride, hydrochloric acid and ammonia.
Among the highly toxic chemicals released during the Pancevo bombing were: vinyl chloride, a carcinogen that can cause damage to the kidneys and the nervous system as well as damage a developing fetus; ethylene dichloride, a carcinogen that can cause liver and kidney damage; and, perhaps most insidious, phosgene, a deadly substance which was used as a chemical weapon in World War I.
In June 1994, a pipeline carrying ethylene dichloride (EDC) ruptured, releasing product into a drainage ditch that discharged into a commercial shipping channel.

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