INDUSTRIAL LIQUID CHLORINE


After ordinary gasification of liquid chlorine, it is widely used as a strong oxidant. It is used for bleaching in the textile and paper industries, purifying tap water, refining magnesium and other metals, and producing various chlorinated compounds such as pesticides, detergents, plastics, rubber, pharmaceuticals, etc. In chemical production, polyethylene and liquid chlorine are combined to form polyvinyl chloride and chlorinated polyethylene, which are commonly used in industries such as papermaking, textiles, pesticides, synthesis, metal exercise, chemical materials, and household water use.

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INDUSTRIAL LIQUID CHLORINE


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Product details

Product name:Chlorine gas
Molecular formula:Cl2
Appearance:Yellow green at room temperature and pressure
Property:A highly toxic gas with a strong pungent odor, which is suffocating and has a higher density than air. Melting point -101.00 ℃, boiling point -34 ℃. Soluble in water and alkaline solutions, easily soluble in organic solvents such as carbon tetrachloride, and difficult to dissolve in saturated salt water. Easy to compress, can liquefy into yellow green oily liquid chlorine.
Main use:After ordinary gasification of liquid chlorine, it is widely used as a strong oxidant. It is used for bleaching in the textile and paper industries, purifying tap water, refining magnesium and other metals, and producing various chlorinated compounds such as pesticides, detergents, plastics, rubber, pharmaceuticals, etc. In chemical production, polyethylene and liquid chlorine are combined to form polyvinyl chloride and chlorinated polyethylene, which are commonly used in industries such as papermaking, textiles, pesticides, synthesis, metal exercise, chemical materials, and household water use.
Executive quality standard:GB/T 5138-2021

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