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Halogenated Unsaturated Hydrocarbons: Physical & Chemical Properties

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Colour/Form

Boiling Point (°C)

Melting Point (°C)

Molecular Weight

Solubility in Water

Relative Density (water=1)

Relative Vapour Density (air=1)

Vapour Pressure/ (Kpa)

Inflam.
Limits

Flash Point (ºC)

Auto Ig.P/ (º C)

ALLYL BROMIDE
106-95-6

colourless to light yellow liquid

71.3

-119

120

insol

1.398

4.2

4.4 ll
7.3 ul

-11

295

ALLYL CHLORIDE
107-05-1

colourless liquid; colourless to yellowish brown or red liquid

45

-134.5

76.53

insol

0.938

2.64

39.3

2.9 ll
11.2 ul

-317 cc

390

2-CHLORO-1,3-BUTA­DIENE
126-99-8

colourless liquid

59.4

-130

88.54

sl sol

0.9583

3.0

@ 26.7

2.1 ll
11.5 ul

-22 oc

320

1-CHLORO-2-­METHYL-1-PROPENE
513-37-1

liquid

@ 754 mm Hg

90.55

@ 20 º C/4

3-CHLORO-2-­METHYLPROPENE
563-47-3

colourless to straw-coloured liquid

71.5

-12

90.55

insol

0.9165

3.1

13.53

- 161 oc

DICHLOROACETYLENE
7572-29-4

32-33

-66

94.93

insol

1.261

1,4-DICHLORO-2-BU­TENE
764-41-0

colourless liquid

125

insol

@ 55.5 ºC

1.5 ll
4.0 ul

1,2-DICHLORO­ETHYLENE
540-59-0

liquid; colourless

45

-81

96.95

insol

1.27

3.34

24.0-35.3

9.7 ll
12.8 ul

22-39

460

cis-1,2-DICHLORO­ETHYLENE
156-59-2

colourless liquid

60.3

-80.

96.94

sl sol

1.2837

3.54 g/l

@ 30 ºC

9.7 ll
12.8 ul

460

trans-1,2-DICHLORO­ETHYLENE
156-60-5

48.7

-50

96.94

sl sol

1.2565

3.67 g/l

@ 30 ºC

9.7 ll
12.8 ul

2

460

1,2-DICHLORO-2-PRO­PENE
78-88-6

straw-coloured liquid

94

110.97

0.0194 g/l

1.211 AT ­ 20 º C/4 DEG C

3.8

53 mm Hg at 25 deg C

5.3% ll
14.5% ul

1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
542-75-6

colourless to straw-coloured liquid

108

< -50

110.98

0.15%

@ 25 ºC

3.8

3.7 Pa

2.6 ll
7.8 ul

25 cc

cis-1,3-DICHLORO­PROPENE
10061-01-5

colourless liquid

104.3

110.97

insol

1.217

@ 37.8 ºC

@ 25 ºC

2.6 ll
7.8 ul

35 oc

trans-1,3-DICHLORO­PROPENE
10061-02-6

colourless liquid

112

110.97

insol

1.224

@ 37.8C

2.47

2.6 ll
7.8 ul

35 oc

HEXACHLOROBUT­ADIENE
87-68-3

clear, colourless liquid

215

-21

260.76

insol

1.5542

8.99

@ 100(°C)

610

HEXACHLORO-1,3-CY­CLOPENTADIENE
77-47-4

yellow green liquid; dense, oily liquid

@ 753 mm Hg

-9

272.77

@ 25 º C4 º C

9.4

@ 25 ºC

HEXACHLOROPROPENE
1888-71-7

water-white liquid

210

248.73

insol

PROPARGYL BROMIDE
106-96-7

colourless to light-amber liquid

89

118

insol

@ 18 ºC

3.0 ll
? ul

100 cc

328

PROPARGYL CHLORIDE
624-65-7

liquid

57.1

-76.9

74.51

insol

1.0297

183

TETRACHLOROETHY­LENE
127-18-4

colourless liquid

121

-22

165.83

insol

1.6227

5.7

1.9

2,3,4-TRICHLORO-1-­BUTENE
2431-50-7

60

159.44

insol

1.3430

TRICHLOROETHYLENE
79-01-6

clear, colourless, or blue mobile liquid

87

-73

131.40

sl sol

1.4649

4.53

7.8

8 ll
10.5 ul

410

VINYL BROMIDE
593-60-2

gas under normal atmospheric conditions, colourless liquid under pressure

15.8

-139.

106.96

insol

1.4933

3.7

@ 25 ºC

9 ll
15 ul

530

VINYL CHLORIDE
75-01-4

colourless gas or liquid

-13.37

-153.8

62.50

sl sol

0.9106

2.15

343

3.6 ll
33.0 ul

-78 cc

472

VINYL FLUORIDE
72-02-5

colourless gas

-72.2

-160.5

46.04

insol

VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE
75-35-4

colourless liquid

31.7

-122.5

96.94

insol

1.2129

3.25

66.5

5.6 ll
16 ul

56

570

VINYLIDENE FLUORIDE
75-38-7

colourless gas

-83

-144

64.04

insol

0.617

2.2

3600

5.5Il
21.3 ul

flamm­able gas

 

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