R141b for Cleaning

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1.Properties and Applications:

is a colorless and transparent liquid at room temperature.It has low ODP value and excellent chemical stability.Since its physical and chemical properties are similar to those of CFC-11,CFC-113,it can substitute CFC-11 as foaming agent for rigid or soft PU foam ,or CFC-113 as metal cleaner and solder -remover as well.

It has following characteristics:

1).Chemical Stability: It is stable while stored at roon temperature and will not decompose.

2).It can dissolve in most organic solvents, alcohol and ether.It has excellent compatibiity with grease and lubricant ,and no abvious effects on most polymers including plastic an rubbers.

3).HCFC-141b is not irritate to human skin and eyes ,but inhale HCFC-141b of high concetration eill cause anesthesia.

4).HCFC-141b is flammble ,and should be stored in well-ventilated place without flame.

2.Physical and  Chemical Properties:

Chemical formula:CH3CFCL2

Molecular weight :116.9

Boiling point,°c:32.05

Critical temperature,°c:204.15

Critical pressure,MPa:4.25

Melting point °c:-103.5

Vapor pressure,25°c:707 mm Hg

Vapor density,(air=1):4

Flammablity limit(air%):7.6-17.7

Solubility in water,25°c:2.6g/l

3.Quality Specification




Vapor Residue:100

Appearance:colorless, not turbid


1) Odor: slight ethereal
2) Form: liquefied gas
3) Color: clear, colorless
4) Purity: min. 99.9%
5) Acidity (as HCL): max. 1.0ppm
6) Virulence(TLV): none
7) Advantages: high efficiency, safe, energy saving, environmentally friendly,

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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: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:Is the heterocyclic compound not a derivative of cyclic hydrocarbons? why?
Benzene is a hydrocarbon that is also the simplest aromatics
Q:Sodium can be used to identify derivatives of hydrocarbons
A compound in which a hydroxyl group is directly attached to a carbon atom in a hydrocarbon group or a benzene ring side chain is called an alcohol.
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:Ionic compounds, covalent compounds, electrolytes, non-electrolytes, which are both compounds and inorganic compounds
They are different concepts -
Q:Why is the chemical name in the uncommon word so much?
The most basic hydrogen prefix plus a sound next to tell you that the elements of the common element of the standard situation is the same kind of gas bromide tellurium metal next to the word next to the sound next to no matter how much the child knows that this law will be recited next to the next Periodic table down to know the elements of the material highlights a good note
Q:Identification of Derivatives of Chemical Hydrocarbons in High School
Meaning that the halogenated hydrocarbon can be hydrolyzed and eliminated; the alcohol reacts with sodium to produce oxidation and eliminate the reaction; the phenol has acidity, can replace the reaction and color reaction; aldehyde can be added reaction and oxidation reaction. Finally remember the acid and acid, and alcohol esterification reaction.
Q:NH4HCO3 and so have C atoms ah, why still inorganic
Not all carbon compounds are organic compounds, CO, CO2, carbonic acid, carbonates (including salt and acid salts), metal carbides, cyanides, thiocyanates are inorganic compounds.
Q:Is steel not organic synthetic material?
Steel is a mixture, the vast majority of elemental iron, also contains other elements, carbon is mixed in the inside, and did not constitute a compound.

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