Dimethyl ether - CAS # 115-10-6

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CAS 115-10-6 - Dimethyl Ether

Chemical Name:  Dimethyl ether

Chemical Formula:  C2H6O

CAS Number:  115-10-6

EC Number (EINECS):  204-065-8

Synonyms:  Methane, oxybis-;Methyl ether;Methoxymethane;Wood ether;Oxybismethane;(CH3)2O;Ether, dimethyl;Ether, methyl;UN 1033;Dimethyl oxide;Dymel A;Dymel

Use:  solvent, aerosol propellant, refrigerant, fuel

Appearance:  colourless gas

Melting Point:  -138 C

Boiling Point:  -22 C

Vapor Density:  1.62 (air = 1)

Flash Point:  -41 C

Explosion Limits:  3.4 % - 18 %

Auto Ignition:  350 C

Stability:  Stable. Extremely flammable. Note low flash point. May form explosive mixtures with air. May form peroxides during prolonged storage.

Molecular Weight:  46.0684

Alternate Names:  Dimethyl Ether | Methyl Ether | DMETHR

Department:  Organics

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Related Analytes (Dimethyl ether):
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