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Diethyl Ether stabilized with ethanol for UV, IR, HPLC

1,1'-Oxibisethane, Diethyl Ether, Ethoxyethane, Ethyl Ether, Ethyl Oxide, Sulphuric Ether

Minimum assay (G.C.): 98.0%
Code
362551
CAS
60-29-7
Molecular Formula
C2H5OC2H5
Molar mass
74.12 g/mol
Melting Point:
-116 °C
Boiling Point:
34.6 °C
Density:
0.714 kg/l
Solubility:
water 69 g/l at 20 °C
Refractive Index:
20/D 1.3526
Physical Description:
liquid
Product Code:
362551
Product Name:
Diethyl Ether stabilized with ethanol for UV, IR, HPLC
Quality Name:
for UV, IR, HPLC
Specifications:
Minimum assay (G.C.): 98.0%
Density 20/4: 0.713-0.715

Maximum limit of impurities
APHA colour: 10
Acidity: 0.0002 meq/g
Alkalinity: 0.0002 meq/g
Non-volatile matter: 0.0003 %
Peroxides (as H2O2): 0.0001 %*
Ethanol (G.C.): ~2 %
Water (H2O): 0.02 %
Suitability for IR spectrometry:: passes test
Fluorescence at 254 nm (as quinine): 2 ppb
Fluorescence at 365 nm (as quinine): 0.5 ppb
UV Spectrum (1cm cell; Ref.: water):
Transmittance at 220 (Cut off) nm: ≥10%
Transmittance at 236 nm: ≥50%
Transmittance at 252 nm: ≥80%
Transmittance at 280 nm: ≥94%
Transmittance at 300-400 nm: ≥99%
Data of interest in HPLC:
P' + 0.25 E: 4.0
Rohrschneider Polarity: 2.8
Eluotropic value E° (Al2O3): 0.38
Sol. H2O in solv. at 20°C: 1.3
For critical jobs, purge with nitrogen.
Microfiltered product (0.2 μm) and bottled under nitrogen atmosphere.
* At the moment of the batch analysis.
Hazard pictograms
  • GHS02 Hazard
  • GHS07 Hazard
UN:
1155
Class/PG:
3/I
ADR:
3/I
IMDG:
3/I
IATA:
3/I
WGK:
1
Storage:
Room Temperature.
Signal Word:
Danger
GHS Symbols:
GHS02
GHS07
H Phrases:
H224
EUH019
H302
EUH066
H336
P Phrases:
P210
P233
P240
P241
P242
P501
P243
P261
P264
P270
P271
P280
P301+P312
P303+P361+P353
P304+P340
P312
P330
P370+P378
P403+P233
P403+P235
P405
Master Name:
Diethyl Ether *stabilized with ethanol
Synonyms Long Text:
1,1'-Oxibisethane, Diethyl Ether, Ethoxyethane, Ethyl Ether, Ethyl Oxide, Sulphuric Ether
EINECS:
200-467-2
CS:
29091100
Index Nr.:
603-022-00-4
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