Ethylene glycol

Ethylene glycol, also known as glycol, is the simplest aliphatic diol. It has the chemical properties of alcohols. If it can form ethers and esters, it can be oxidized to form aldehydes or acids, which can be condensed to form ethers.


More About Ethylene glycol:

CAS NO:107-21-1

Molecular formula:C2H6O2

Appearance:colorless transparent liquid

Purity: ≥99.9%

Boiling point:196-198 °C(lit.)

Density:1.113 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)




AppearanceColorless transparent liquid
Melting point-13 °C(lit.)
Refractive Indexn20/D 1.431(lit.)
Flesh point230 °F


Use Of Ethylene glycol:

Mainly used in the production of polyester resins, alkyd resins, plasticizers, antifreeze, also used in cosmetics and explosives. Used as analytical reagents, chromatographic reagents and capacitor media. Ethylene glycol is an intermediate of the fungicides pentagalil and carbendazim.


Package Of Ethylene glycol:


Storage:Stored in a closed, low temperature, heated to decompose into ammonia and acetic acid