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Refrigerant, material, can replace R502 and R22. Used as fire-extinguishing agent, can replace Halon1211 and Halon1301
This product could be used as a raw material for special refrigerant or blend refrigerants such as R404\R407\R410\R507.

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Q:What are the derivatives of hydrocarbons?
In addition to the C and H elements, there are also one or more of O, X (halogen), N, S and other elements, such as methanol (CH3OH) learned from junior high school chemistry, (CH3Cl), nitrobenzene (C6H5NO2), and the like, which are mentioned in the previous chapter, are derivatives of hydrocarbons, such as ethanol (C2H5OH), acetic acid (CH3COOH)
Q:What is the hydrocarbon thing
Hydrocarbon, which is composed of two elements, consists of carbon and hydrogen. It is called a hydrocarbon and a hydrocarbon, which reacts with chlorine, bromine vapor, oxygen and so on. It does not react with strong acid, strong base, strong oxidizer (Such as: potassium permanganate) reaction, such as methane and chlorine in the light conditions of reaction to produce methyl chloride, dichloromethane, chloroform (chloroform) and tetrachloromethane (carbon tetrachloride) and other derivatives in the Hydrocarbon molecules in the carbon atoms connected to each other to form a carbon chain or carbon ring molecular skeleton, a certain number of hydrogen atoms attached to the carbon atoms, so that each carbon atom to maintain the price of the type of hydrocarbon is very much, the structure of known hydrocarbons More than 2,000 hydrocarbons are the parent of an organic compound. Other organic compounds can be seen as derivatives of one or more hydrogen atoms in the hydrocarbon molecule that are replaced by atoms or radicals of other elements. Word, is the use of "carbon" consonant with "hydrogen" vowel synthesis of a word, with "carbon" and "hydrogen" the composition of the internal structure of the word, the hydrocarbon is the parent of all organic compounds can be said that all Organic compounds are nothing but the result of replacing some of the atoms in the hydrocarbons with other atoms.
Q:Are hydrocarbons are hydrocarbons and that alcohols? Is it carbon dioxide?
Is a hydrocarbon derivative.
Q:The role of aromatic hydrocarbons
Aromatic compounds, historically, refer to a class of aromatic scent made from plant gums, but most of the currently known aromatic compounds contain no fragrance, so the word aromatic has been lost [1] The aromatic compounds are the general term for the carbocyclic compounds and their derivatives that conform to the Hockel rules, and their molecules have closed cyclic conjugated systems in their molecules; Π electrons meet 4n + 2, and the height is delimited; the bond length is averaged.Therefore, the compounds have a high degree of unsaturation, but the properties are relatively stable, such as easy to replace, and difficult to add and oxidation. This part focuses on the structure, naming, chemical properties, localization effects and application of aromatics in organic synthesis. [2]
Q:Chemical life network: chemical (inorganic reaction, organic reaction) is equal to the life of life reaction?
Inorganic chemistry is a science that studies experimental and theoretical explanations of the properties and reactions of all the elements and their compounds, in addition to hydrocarbons and their derivatives, and is one of the earliest disciplines in the development of chemistry.
Q:Why can organic matter be unique in chemical substances? What is the nature of the C atom?
Carbon, and can be spun, sp2, sp3 hybrid, so CH, CC, CO, CN, C = C, C = O, C = N and other covalent bonds can be formed and the key size is moderate, So these keys can also be more easily broken and generate new compounds. For silicon, the type of hybrid is mainly sp3 (no O = Si = O this molecule exists), but the Si-O bond bond energy is greater than Si-C, Si-Si, Si-H, so these keys are It is easy to break to produce SiO2, so there is the most natural Si-O compounds, and this compound is very stable, difficult to break down or other reactions.
Q:What is the current status of carbon dioxide capture technology and how is it compared to plants that absorb carbon dioxide?
The principle is probably that the middle of the thing is the electrode, and then the surface of the electrode there are some powerful catalyst in the sunlight can promote the oxidation of water or carbon dioxide reduction. The electrode can move the proton to the other side and not allow the product or product to move to the other side. After the proton has been transferred, the electrochemical process can be used to hydrogenate the carbon dioxide.
Q:What is the difference between organic matter and inorganic matter?
Organic compounds in addition to a few, can generally burn. Compared with inorganic matter, their thermal stability is relatively poor, the electrolyte is easy to heat decomposition. The melting point of organic matter is low, generally not more than 400 ℃. The polarity of organic matter is very weak, so most of the water is not soluble. The reaction between organic matter, mostly intermolecular reactions, often requires a certain activation energy, so the reaction is slow, often requiring catalyst and other means. And the reaction of organic matter is more complex, under the same conditions, a compound can often be several different reactions at the same time, generate different products.
Q:Why not ah?
Ethylene is not a derivative of hydrocarbons, ethylene Chemical formula: CH2 = CH2
Q:What is the aromatic hydrocarbon
Aromatic hydrocarbons referred to as "aromatic hydrocarbons", refers to the molecule containing benzene ring structure of the hydrocarbons. Is a closed chain.

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