8 March 2019 Bulletin

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Allyl Chloride

Allyl chloride is the organic compound with the molecular formula C3H5Cl.
[1] It is a colourless, light yellow or amber liquid with an unpleasant
pungent odour. It is highly flammable. [2] Allyl chloride is slightly soluble
in water and miscible with alcohol, chloroform, ether, and petroleum ether.
In the United States, allyl chloride is a federal hazardous air pollutant and
was identified as a toxic air contaminant in April 1993. [3]

 


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