Diethyl sulfide - CAS # 352-93-2

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CAS 352-93-2 - Diethyl Sulfide

Chemical Name:  Diethyl sulfide

Chemical Formula:  C4H10S

CAS Number:  352-93-2

EC Number (EINECS):  206-526-9

Synonyms:  Ethane, 1,1'-thiobis-;Ethyl sulfide;Diethyl thioether;Ethyl monosulfide;Ethyl thioether;Ethylthioethane;Thioethyl ether;3-Thiapentane;1,1'-Thiobisethane;Diethyl sulphide;(C2H5)2S;Diethylsulfid;Sulfodor;UN 2375;1-(Ethylsulfanyl)ethane

Appearance:  colourless liquid

Melting Point:  -104 C

Boiling Point:  92 C

Vapor Pressure:  105 mm Hg at 38 C

Flash Point:  -10 C (closed cup)

Stability:  Stable. Highly flammable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.

Molecular Weight:  90.188

Alternate Names:  Diethyl Sulfide | Ethyl Sulfide | DETS

Department:  Air

Related Hazardous Material Name:  Diethyl sulfide

Emergency Response Guide Number:  129

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Related Analytes (Diethyl sulfide):
4-nitrophenyl disulfide    2-Diethylaminoethanol    Diethylene glycol monophenyl ether    3-(Diethylamino)propylamine    2-(N,N-Diethylamino)ethyl methacrylate    Diethyl malonate    N,N'-diethylthiourea    Acetal (Acetaldehyde diethylacetal)    Diethyl carbonate    Propylene sulfide   

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