| Diethylaluminium chloride ： ウィキペディア英語版|
Diethylaluminium chloride is a highly hazardous organic compound and Lewis acid with the chemical formula C4H10AlCl. When dissolved in hexane, diethylaluminum chloride is a colorless liquid. It is used for polyolefin catalysis and as an intermediate in the preparation of organometallic compounds. It has a vapor density of 4.2 (air=1).〔http://www.chemicaldictionary.org/dic/D/Diethylaluminum-chloride_235.html〕
Diethylaluminum chloride is extremely flammable, and thus must be kept away from sparks, flames, or any source of ignition. The compound must be kept in a tightly closed steel container, in a cool, dry room where temperatures and pressures do not vary frequently, when the compound is not in use.〔http://www.chemicaldictionary.org/dic/D/Diethylaluminum-chloride_235.html〕 When handling this compound always make sure it is under the fume hood, and, for more protection, always wear a respirator when the container is open. Avoid direct physical contact by always wearing protective gloves, eyewear, and clothing while handing this compound. Those who are not trained to handle such a volatile chemical should not do so for their own safety as diethylaluminum chloride is extremely hard to handle.〔http://www.chemcas.org/drug/analytical/cas/96-10-6.asp〕 If a spill of diethylaluminum chloride should occur, first get rid of all ignition sources and prevent water from coming in contact with the spill. Then cover the spill with dry earth or sand, followed by a plastic sheet. Wait until spill can be swept up and dispose of properly.〔http://www.chemicaldictionary.org/dic/D/Diethylaluminum-chloride_235.html〕
抄文引用元・出典: フリー百科事典『 ウィキペディア（Wikipedia）』
| 翻訳と辞書 : 翻訳のためのインターネットリソース|
Copyright(C) kotoba.ne.jp 1997-2016. All Rights Reserved.