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Chemical Fact Sheet

Chemical Abstract Number (CAS #) 58718664
CASRN 58718-66-4
SynonymsHalowax 1000
Analytical Method EPA Method 8081
Molecular FormulaUNKNOWN

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Use AS OIL ADDITIVE TO CLEAR SLUDGE & PETROLEUM DEPOSITS IN ENGINES (15-18%). AS A MIXTURE WITH HALOWAX 1031 IN FABRIC DYEING INDUSTRY. Solvents; instrument fluids; impregnants; electrical insulating compounds and electroplating stop-off compounds./Chlorinated naphthalenes Electrical insulation and fire-resisting materials; impregnants; sealing compounds; crankcase additive; ingredient in penetrating oils; plasticizer; protective coatings. Halowax
Apparent Color LIQUID
Boiling Point 250 DEG C
Melting Point -33 DEG C APPROX
Density 1.22 @ 25 DEG C EFFL: The investigators reported the detection of a large number of polychlorinated polynuclear aromatics, incl chlorinated naphthalenes, in flue gas samples from two coal-fired boilers and one municipal incinerator. Monochloronaphthalene, dichloronaphthalene & trichloronaphthalene were some of the major polychlorinated polynuclear aromatics cmpd emitted from the tested boilers.

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