Allyl diglycol carbonate - CAS # 142-22-3


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Chemical Name:  Allyl diglycol carbonate

Chemical Formula:  C12H18O7

CAS Number:  142-22-3

Synonyms:  diethyleneglycol bis(allylcarbonate), CR-39

Appearance:  liquid

Melting Point:  -4 C

Boiling Point:  161 C at 2 mm Hg

Stability:  Stability Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.

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Related Analytes (Allyl diglycol carbonate):
Triallyl cyanurate    Diphenyl carbonate    Triallylamine    Butyl carbonate    Diethyl carbonate    Isopropyl peroxydicarbonate    Ammonium bicarbonate    Allyl glycidyl ether    Allyl bromide (3-bromopropene)    3-Chloropropene (allyl chloride)   





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