Effect of sodium chloride on the solubility and hydrolysis of epichlorohydrin in water View Full Text


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2018-09

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G. S. Dmitriev, L. N. Zanaveskin, S. N. Khadzhiev

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The mutual solubility of the components in the epichlorhydrin–water–sodium chloride system was studied in the temperature range of 20–90 °С. It was found that epichlorohydrin is salted out as the concentration of NaCl increases. The Sechenov coefficient was determined to be equal to 0.29. It was found that epichlorohydrin reacts with an aqueous solution of sodium chloride to form glycerol dichlorohydrins. Alkali formed during this reaction catalyzes the hydrolysis of epichlorohydrin to glycerol monochlorohydrin, acts as a reagent in the glycidol formation and accelerates its subsequent conversion to glycerol. More... »

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1627-1630

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