Dichloromethane, for GC residue analysis, stabilized with approx. 50 ppm of amylene

- Synonyms: Methylene chloride, Chloromethylene
- CH2Cl2
- M = 84,93 g/mol
- CAS [75-09-2]
- EINECS-No.: 200-838-9
- Density: 1,32 g/cm3
- Solub. in water: (20 ºC): 20 g/l
- Melting point: ~ -95 ºC
- Boiling point: 40 ºC
- Ignition temp.: 605 ºC
- Vapour pressure: (20 ºC) 475 hPa
- Dielectric const.: (20 ºC) 9,1
- LD 50 (oral, rat): 1600 mg/kg
- EC-Index-No.: 602-004-00-3
- ADR: 6.1 T1 III UN 1593
- IMDG: 6.1 III UN 1593
- IATA/ICAO: 6.1 III UN 1593
- GHS-signal word: Warning
- GHS-H sentences: H315 - H319 - H335 - H336 - H351 - H373 -
- GHS-P sentences: P260 - P280 - P305+P351+P338 - P321 - P405 - P501a
- Tariff number: 2903 12 00 00
- Applications: solvents, analytical chemistry.

SPECIFICATIONS
assay (G.C.): min.99,9 %
identity (IR-spectrum): passes test
density (20º/4º): 1,323 - 1,327
residue on evaporation: max. 0,0001 %
water (K.F.): max. 0,02 %
Suitable for organohalogenated pesticide and dioxins, furans and PCBs residue analysis ECD, from 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene to decachlorobiphenyl, no peaks are obtained greater than 3 pg/ml as lindane. No peaks are obtained in vicinity of 2,4,5-trichlorobiphenyl.

Suitable for pesticide and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons residue analysis FID, from 1-octanol to 1-tetradecanol, no peaks are obtained greater than 5 ng/ml as 1-tetradecanol. No peaks are obtained in vicinity of pyrene.

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