Acetyl chloride - CAS # 75-36-5

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CAS 75-36-5 -

Chemical Name:  Acetyl chloride

Chemical Formula:  C2H3ClO

CAS Number:  75-36-5

EC Number (EINECS):  200-865-6

Synonyms:  Ethanoyl chloride;Acetic chloride;CH3COCl;Acetic acid chloride;Rcra waste number U006;UN 1717;Acetic acid monochloride;UN1717 (DOT)

Appearance:  colourless to light yellow liquid with a pungent

Melting Point:  -112 C

Boiling Point:  51 C

Vapor Density:  2.7

Vapor Pressure:  315 mbar at 20 C

Flash Point:  4 C (closed cup)

Explosion Limits:  7.3% - 19%

Auto Ignition:  390 C

Water Solubility:  decomposes

Stability:  Stability Highly flammable. Reacts violently with DMSO, water, lower alcohols, and amines to generate toxic fumes. May form an explosive mixture with air. Note low flash point. Incompatible with water, alcohols, amines, strong bases, strong oxidizing agents, most common metals.

Molecular Weight:  78.4973

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