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ArroChem’s Ethylene Glycol is a colorless, odorless, and sweet-tasting liquid. It is a simple diol compound with two hydroxyl groups (-OH) attached to a two-carbon chain. Ethylene Glycol is commonly used as an industrial chemical, antifreeze agent, and raw material in the production of various products.

General Characteristics:

Appearance:

Ionic Nature:  

Solubility in Water, 25°C:

Specific Gravity:             

Colorless, clear liquid

Non-ionic (Covalent compound)

Completely soluble

~1.11 g/cm³ at 20°C

 

Application:

Ethylene Glycol finds various applications in industries and products, including:

  • Antifreeze and Coolants: Used as an automotive and industrial antifreeze agent to prevent freezing and provide protection against overheating and corrosion in cooling systems.
  • Heat Transfer Fluid: Used as a heat transfer fluid in HVAC systems, geothermal systems, and solar water heaters.
  • Chemical Manufacturing: Serves as a key ingredient and solvent in the production of polyester resins, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), and other chemical compounds.
  • Deicing Solutions: Mixed with water to create deicing solutions for aircraft, runways, and roadways during winter.

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