- Model NO.: CAS: 75-15-0
- Usage: Suitable for Industrial Hygiene Analysis
- Application: Industrial Lubricant
- Origin: China
- Color: Colourless to Light Yellow Liquid with an Unpleasa
- Type: Carbon Disulphide
- Chemical Properties: Colourless to Light Yellow Liquid with an Unpleasa
Carbon disulphide Basic information
|Product Name:||Carbon disulphide|
|Synonyms:||Alcohol of sulfur;Carbon bisulfuret;Carbon bisulphide;Carbon sulfide;Carbon sulfide (CS2);Carbon sulphide;carbonbisulfide,refined;carbonbisulphide|
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Carbon disulphide Chemical Properties
|density||1.266 g/mL at 25 °C|
|vapor density||2.67 (vs air)|
|vapor pressure||5.83 psi ( 20 °C)|
|refractive index||n<frac type="vertical">20/D 1.627(lit.)|
|Water Solubility||2.9 g/L (20 ºC)|
|Stability:||Stable. Extremely flammable. Highly volatile. Note low flash point and very wide explosion limits. Protect from heat, friction, shock, sunlight. Reacts violently with fluorine, azide solutions, zinc dust, liquid chlorine in the presence of iron. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, azides, aluminium, zinc, most common met|
Carbon disulphide Usage And Synthesis
Chemical Properties colourless to light yellow liquid with an unpleasant odour
Usage Suitable for industrial hygiene analysis
General Description A clear colorless to light yellow volatile liquid with a strong disagreeable odor. Boiling point 46° C. Flash point -22°F. Flammable over a wide vapor/air concentration range(1%-50%). Vapors are readily ignited; the heat of a common light bulb may suffice. Insoluble in water and more dense (10.5 lb / gal) than water. Hence sinks in water. Vapors are heavier than air. Used in the manufacture of rayon and cellophane, in the manufacture of flotation agents and as a solvent.
Air & Water Reactions Highly flammable. Insoluble in water.
Reactivity Profile Carbon disulphide has an extremely low autoignition temperature (125°C). May ignite or even explode when heated. The vapor or liquid has been known to ignite on contact with steam pipes, particularly if rusted [Anon., J. Roy. Inst. Chem., 1956, 80, p.664]. Explosion hazard when exposed to flame, heat, sparks or friction. Mixtures with lithium, sodium, potassium or dinitrogen tetraoxide may detonate when shocked. Potentially explosive reaction with nitrogen oxide, chlorine, permanganic acid(strong oxidizing agents). Vapor ignites in contact with aluminum powder or fluorine. Reacts violently with azides, ethylamine ethylenediamine, ethylene imine. Emits highly toxic fumes of oxides of sulfur when heated to decomposition [Bretherick, 5th ed., 1995, p. 663]. Sodium amide forms toxic and flammable H2S gas with CS2. (714)
Health Hazard The material affects the central nervous system, cardiovascular system, eyes, kidneys, liver, and skin. It may be absorbed through the skin as a vapor or liquid, inhaled or ingested. The probable oral lethal dose for a human is between 0.5 and 5 g or between 1 ounce and 1 pint (or 1 pound) for a 70 kg (150 lb.) person. In chronic exposures, the central nervous system is damaged and results in the disturbance of vision and sensory changes as the most common early symptoms. Lowest lethal dose for humans has been reported at 14 mg or 0.98 grams for a 70 kg person. Alcoholics and those suffering from neuropsychic trouble are at special risk.
Fire Hazard Ignition temperature dangerously low: 212F. Vapors may be ignited by contact with ordinary light bulb, when heated to decomposition, Carbon disulphide emits highly toxic fumes of oxides of sulfur. When heated to decomposition, emits highly toxic fumes of sulfur oxides and can react vigorously with oxidizing materials. Avoid air, rust, halogens, metal azides, metals, oxidants; when exposed to heat or flame reacts violently with aluminum, chlorine, azides, hypochlorite, ethylamine diamine, ethylene imine, fluorine, metallic azides of lithium, potassium, cesium, rubidium and sodium, nitrogen oxides, potassium, zinc and (sulfuric acid plus permanganate). Decomposes on standing for a long time.