Methylene chloride AR [75-09-2]
Methylene chloride is mainly used as a reaction and extraction solvent, as well as a low polar eluent in liquid chromatography (including HPLC). Being much less harmful than chloroform, it has largely displaced this solvent from organic preparation.
Color max. 10 j. Hz
Water (KF) max. 0.02%
Free acids (HCl) max. 0.001%
Free halogen as per recipe
Non-volatile substances max. 0.001%
UV – transmission (1cm, water):
235 nm min. 40%
240 nm min. 75%
250 nm min. 98%
260 nm min. 99%
254 nm max. 1 ppb
365 nm max. 1 ppb
Stabilizer (amylene) 20 ppm
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