Diethylene glycol is an organic compound of the family of two-factor or di-alcohol alcohols. Diethylene glycol is used to produce polyester resins, polyurethanes, and TEG production. Diethylene glycol has a high toxicity.
The name of the substance (Persian): 2-hydroxyethyl ethane di
English name: 2-hydroxy ethoxy) Ethan-2-
Brand Name (Persian): Ethylene Glycol Brand (English) Diethylene Glycol
Other names: ether (2-hydroxyethyl), di-glycol, glycol ether, diethylene glycol ethylene glycol 2,2-
Related substances: Ethylene glycol, tri-ethylene glycol
Uses: Polyester resins, Softeners, Nitrocellulose solvent, Polyurethane, TEG production
Production complexes: Maroon Petrochemical Complex
Packing: barrel, bulk
The ethylene glycol is an organic, clear, odorless and odorless glycol. It is compatible with water and organic solvents. Diethylene glycol has two groups of ethylene, linked together by an oxygen atom. Diethylene glycol, like all other two-factor alcohols, has two OH-functional groups. Ethylene Glycocco is also known as diethylene glycol ethylene di-glycol 2,2-
Polyester resins, Softeners, Nitrocellulose solvent, Polyurethane, TEG production
In the tri-ethylene glycol industry along with di-tetra and man-ethylene glycol in the high-temperature ethylene oxidation reaction, in the presence of a silver oxide catalyst.
Ethylene is used as a protective group for the carbonyl group in organic synthesis. Preparation of ketones or aldehydes in the presence of acid catalyst.
Diethylene glycol has high toxicity. It burns toxic fumes during burning. Eating an ethylene glycol on the central nerves affects and causes confusion.