Ethylene is a colorless flammable gas at normal pressure and temperature with lively properties. Its boiling point is -103.71°C, critical temperature is 9.90°C, critical pressure is 4.95MPa, and critical density is 0.227kg/L.
Ethylene is one of the most basic raw materials of petrochemical industry. In terms of synthetic materials, ethylene is widely used in the production of polyethylene, vinyl chloride, polyvinyl chloride, ethylbenzene, etc. In terms of organic synthesis, it is widely used in the synthesis of ethanol, acetic acid, propionic acid and its derivatives and other basic organic synthesis raw materials .
Ethylene is also an important basic raw material for organic chemicals, mainly used in the production of polyethylene, ethylene-propylene rubber, and polyvinyl chloride.
The industrially used ethylene production methods include petroleum hydrocarbon cracking, ethanol catalytic dehydration, coke oven gas separation, etc. Due to the abundance of oil and natural gas resources, large-scale production of ethylene has low cost and good quality. Therefore, a large amount of ethylene is mainly produced by petroleum cracking.
Ethylene is one of the most basic raw materials of petrochemical industry. Ethylene involves many aspects and is an important basic raw material for organic chemicals, which can be used to produce a variety of organic chemicals.
As a plant hormone, ethylene can be used as a fruit ripening gas due to its role in promoting fruit ripening
Yes, ethylene is one of the pollutants in the air. The ethylene content in industrial areas can reach 1ppm (one part per million), which can generate formaldehyde and carbon monoxide, and harmful to human beings.
Ethylene is an important organic chemical basic raw material, mainly used in the production of polyethylene, ethylene propylene rubber, polyvinyl chloride, etc. Ethylene is one of the most basic raw materials in petrochemical industry. In terms of synthetic materials, it is widely used in the production of polyethylene, vinyl chloride and polyvinyl chloride, ethylbenzene, styrene and polystyrene, and ethylene-propylene rubber, etc.
ProcessThe industrially used ethylene production methods include petroleum hydrocarbon cracking, ethanol catalytic dehydration, coke oven gas separation, etc. Due to the abundance of oil and natural gas resources, large-scale production of ethylene has lo...Learn More
Process1.Chlorohydrination: First pass ethylene and chlorine gas into water to generate 2-chloroethanol, and then react alkali (usually milk of lime) with 2-chloroethanol to generate ethylene oxide. 2.Oxidation: Using air or oxygen with a concentratio...Learn More
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ProcessSilane is produced by the reduction of silicon tetrachloride by metal hydrides such as lithium or calcium aluminum hydride. Silane is produced by treatment of magnesium silicide with hydrochloric acid. GasSilaneCAS No.7803-62-5Purity≥99.9%Learn More
ProcessOctafluorocyclobutane can be produced by the dimerization of tetrafluoroethylene through pyrolysis, quenching, filtration, compression, etc; Octafluorocyclobutane can also be obtained by electrolysis of tetrafluorocyclobutane in anhydrous hydrogen ...Learn More
ProcessHydrogen is most frequently produced for on-site usage by steam reforming of natural gas. Such plants may also be used as sources of hydrogen for the merchant market. Other sources are electrolysis plants, where the hydrogen is a by-product of chlo...Learn More
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ProcessOxygen is obtained on a commercial scale by the liquefaction and subsequent distillation of air. For very high purity oxygen it is normally necessary to take the product from an air separation plant through a secondary purification and distillation...Learn More
ProcessAcetylene is manufactured commercially by reaction between calcium carbide and water, and as a by product of ethylene production. GasAcetyleneCAS74-86-2Purity≥98.0%Learn More
ProcessNitrogen is produced in large quantities at air separation plants which liquefy and subsequently distil air into nitrogen, oxygen and usually argon. If very high purity nitrogen is required the nitrogen produced may need to go through a secondary p...Learn More
ProcessCarbon dioxide is recovered from many different sources. It is obtained as an off-gas from fermentation processes, lime-stone kilns, natural CO2 springs, as well as gas streams from chemical and petrochemical operations. Recently, CO2 is also recap...Learn More
ProcessThe most common source of argon is an air separation plant. Air contains approx. 0.93% (vol.) argon. A crude argon stream containing up to 5% oxygen is removed from the main air separation column via a secondary (“side-arm”) column. The crude argon...Learn More
ProcessAmmonia is manufactured by the Haber-Bosch process, consisting of a direct reaction between hydrogen and nitrogen, in the molar proportions 3:1. Ammonia is manufactured by the Haber-Bosch process, consisting of a direct reaction between hydroge...Learn More