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|Product Name:||Diethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether||EINECS No.:||203-906-6|
|Appearance:||Colorless And Transparent Liquid||Standard:||ISO/18001/14001/SGS/|
|Other Names:||Methyl Carbitol||Purity:||≥99%;96%|
MDG Printing Ink Solvent Mdg 2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol with Cas number 111-77-3
Diethyleneglycol monomethyl ether;
diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (MDG)
1) used as a solvent for cellulose acetate and resins as well as a solvent in the semiconductor industry.
2) used in dyeing leather and in the manufacture of photographic film.
3) used as an anti-freeze in jet fuels.
Quick drying varnishes, enamels, nail polishes, and wood stains may also contain MDG. The specific annual statewide industrial emissions of MDG from facilities reporting under the Air Toxics Hot Spots Act in California based on the most recent inventory were estimated to be 7398 pounds.
Diethylene glycol monomethyl ether CAS NO.:111-77-3
|Product Name||Diethylene glycol monomethyl ether|
|Synonyms||2-(2-Methoxyethoxy)ethanol; Methyl carbitol; Methyldiglycol|
|Appearance||Light yellow liquid|
|Melting point||-70 ºC|
Head office overview
It smells fragrant. Hygroscopic.
It can be mixed with water, ethanol, glycerol, ether, acetone, two methyl acetamide and so on.
Relative density (d204) 1.035.
Melting point <-84 DEG C.
Boiling point 193.
Refractive index (n27D) 1.4264.
Flash point 93.
Median lethal dose (rat, oral) 9.21g/kg.
used as solvent for nitrocellulose, resin, solvent, dye, and also used as extractant for petroleum hydrocarbon