Diethylene Glycol – DEG is a colorless, low-volatility, low viscosity, hygroscopic liquid. Under normal conditions, diethylene glycol has no detectable odor; however, under high vapor concentrations, a slightly sweet odor may be detected. It is completely miscible with water and many organic liquids. Because of its higher molecular weight, diethylene glycol is considerably less volatile than ethylene glycol and differs sufficiently in that it has specialized uses. The reactivity and solubility of diethylene glycol provide the basis for many applications. It is used in Automotive, Packaging industry.
|Sr. No.||CHARACTERISTICS||STANDARD RANGE||TYPICAL||UNIT|
|1||Color||Clear liquid||Clear liquid|
|3||Flash Point||110 Min||122||°C|
|4||Boiling Point||225 Min||235||°C|
|5||Pour Point||-5 Min||-11||°C|
|6||Molecular Weight||105 Min||106|