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EC / List no.: 203-439-8
CAS no.: 106-89-8
Mol. formula: C3H5ClO

Epichlorohydrin (abbreviated ECH) is an organochlorine compound and an epoxide. 
Despite its name, it is not a halohydrin. 
Epichlorohydrin is a colorless liquid with a pungent, garlic-like odor, moderately soluble in water, but miscible with most polar organic solvents.
Epichlorohydrin is a chiral molecule generally existing as a racemic mixture of right-handed and left-handed enantiomers. 
Epichlorohydrin is a highly reactive electrophilic compound and is used in the production of glycerol, plastics, epoxy glues and resins, epoxy diluents and elastomers.

Epichlorohydrin is traditionally manufactured from allyl chloride in two steps, beginning with the addition of hypochlorous acid, which affords a mixture of two isomeric alcohols

In the second step, this mixture is treated with base to give the epoxide

In this way, more than 800,000 tons (1997) of epichlorohydrin are produced annually.

Glycerol routes
Epichlorohydrin was first described in 1848 by Marcellin Berthelot. 
The compound was isolated during studies on reactions between glycerol and gaseous hydrogen chloride.

Reminiscent of Berthelot's experiment, glycerol-to-epichlorohydrin (GTE) plants have been commercialized. 
This technology capitalizes on the availability of cheap glycerol from biofuels processing.
In the process developed by Dow Chemical, glycerol undergoes two substitution reactions when treated with hydrogen chloride in the presence of a carboxylic acid catalyst. 
This is the same intermediate formed in the allyl chloride/hypochlorous acid process, and is likewise then treated with base to form epichlorohydrin.

Other routes
Routes that involve fewer chlorinated intermediates have continued to attract interest. 
One such process entails epoxidation of allyl chloride.

Glycerol and epoxy resins synthesis
Epichlorohydrin is mainly converted to bisphenol A diglycidyl ether, a building block in the manufacture of epoxy resins.
Epichlorohydrin is also a precursor to monomers for other resins and polymers. 
Another usage is the conversion to synthetic glycerol. However, the rapid increase in biodiesel production, where glycerol is a waste product, has led to a glut of glycerol on the market, rendering this process uneconomical. 
Synthetic glycerol is now used only in sensitive pharmaceutical, and biotech applications where quality standards are very high.

Minor and niche applications
Epichlorohydrin is a versatile precursor in the synthesis of many organic compounds. 
For example, it is converted to glycidyl nitrate, an energetic binder used in explosive and propellant compositions.
The epichlorohydrin is reacted with an alkali nitrate, such as sodium nitrate, producing glycidyl nitrate and alkali chloride. 
Epichlorohydrin is used as a solvent for cellulose, resins, and paints, and it has found use as an insect fumigant.

Polymers made from epichlorohydrin, e.g., polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins, are used in paper reinforcement and in the food industry to manufacture tea bags, coffee filters, and sausage/salami casings as well as with water purification.

An important biochemical application of epichlorohydrin is its use as crosslinking agent for the production of Sephadex size-exclusion chromatographic resins from dextrans.

Epichlorohydrin is a kind of organochlorine compound as well as epoxide. 
Epichlorohydrin can be used as an industrial solvent. Epichlorohydrin is a highly reactive compound, and can be used for the production of glycerol, plastics, epoxy glues and resins, and elastomers. 
Epichlorohydrin can also be used for the production of glycidyl nitrate and alkali chloride, used as the solvent of cellulose, resins, and paint as well as being used as an insect fumigant. 
In biochemistry, it can be used as a crosslinking agent for the production of Sephdex size-exclusion chromatography resins. 
However, it is a potential carcinogen, and can cause various kinds of side effects on respiratory tract and kidneys. 
Epichlorohydrin can be manufactured through the reaction between allyl chloride with hypochlorous acid as well as alcohols.

Chemical Properties    
Epichlorohydrin (molecular weight = 92.53 g/mol) is a colorless liquid with a sweet or garlic-like pungent odor. 
Epichlorohydrin is soluble in water (6.6 × 104 mg/l at 25 °C) and miscible with most organic solvents.

Epichlorohydrin is mainly used in the production of epoxy resins. 
Epichlorohydrin was also used as a solvent for paints, varnishes, lacquers, cellulose esters and ethers, and gums. 
Epichlorohydrin was historically used as an insecticide fumigant.
Epichlorohydrin is used to make glycerol,epoxy resins, adhesive, and castings; asderivatives for producing dyes, pharmaceu-ticals, surfactants, and plasticizers; and asa solvent for resins, gums, paints, andvarnishes.
Commercially the most important use is production of glycerine. 
Large volumes are consumed in nonglycerine areas, which largely consist of the various epoxy resins. 
Epichlorohydrin has use as a solvent and in the production of epichlorohydrin rubber.
Solvent for natural and synthetic resins, gums, cellulose esters and ethers, paints, varnishes, nail enamels and lacquers, cement for Celluloid, As stabilizer.
The primary use of epichlorohydrin is in the production of epoxy resins used in coatings, adhesives, and plastics. 
Epichlorohydrin is also used in the manufacture of synthetic glycerine, textiles, paper, inks and dyes, solvents, surfactants, and pharmaceuticals.
Used primarily in the manufacture of epoxy and phenoxy resins
pichlorohydrin: Epichlorohydrin (ECH) is mainly used in epoxy resins, which account for up to 75% of output. 
Synthetic glycerine is an ECH 'sink' allowing integrated players to use spare capacity to run synthetic glycerine plants independently of the natural glycerine market, and exit or substitute the natural product whenever epoxy demand requires. 
Glycerine can run to 10-15% of demand while other end uses, such as water and paper treatment resins, and elastomers, account for the remainder.
The main raw materials for the synthesis of glycerol, epoxy resin, nitroglycerin explosive, glass fiber reinforced plastic, electrical insulation products. 
Epichlorohydrin is used as a solvent for cellulose esters, resins and cellulose ethers, and is also a raw material for producing plasticizers, stabilizers, surfactants and chloroprene rubber.
Epichlorohydrin (106-89-8) is a chlorinated epoxy compound mainly used in the manufacture of glycerol and epoxy resins. 
Epichlorohydrin is also used in the manufacture of elastomers, glycidyl ethers, cross-linked food starch, surfactants, plasticizers, dyestuffs, pharmaceutical products, oil emulsifiers, lubricants, and adhesives, as a solvent for resins, gums, cellulose, esters, paints, and lacquers, as a stabilizer in chlorine-containing substances such as rubber, pesticide formulations, and solvents, and in the paper and drug industries as an insect fumigant.
The primary use of epichlorohydrin is in the production of epoxy resins used in coatings, adhesives, and plastics. 
Epichlorohydrin is also used in the manufacture of synthetic glycerine, textiles, paper, inks and dyes, solvents, surfactants, and pharmaceuticals. 
Epichlorohydrin is also listed as an inert ingredient in commercial pesticides.
Epichlorohydrin is used in the manufacture of polyamines and polyquaternary ammonium salts, as flocculents in water and wastewater treatment. 
Epichlorohydrin is used in the synthesis of surface active agents for washing products and toiletries.
Polyamine-epichlorohydrin resin is used in paper industry to improve paper wet-strength.
Epichlorohydrin acts as a chemical intermediate and widely used in the manufacture of epoxy resins, epichlorohydrin elastomers and polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins.

Industry Uses    
• Fuels and fuel additives
• Intermediates
• Laboratory chemicals
• Paint additives and coating additives not described by other categories
• Processing aids, not otherwise listed
• Solids separation agents
• Solvents (which become part of product formulation or mixture)
• personal care and cosmetics

Consumer Uses
• Building/construction materials not covered elsewhere
• Epoxy resins
• Fuels and related products
• Paints and coatings
• Personal care products
• laboratory supply

Product Uses 
Epichlorohydrin is an extremely versatile chemical intermediate that finds its use in a wide variety of applications – from epoxy resins and textiles, to ion exchange resins rubbers, agricultural products, and more. 

Epoxy Resins 
Epichlorohydrin is primarily used to manufacture epoxy resins. 
Epoxy resins are generally produced by reacting a polyhydric phenol with an aliphatic chlorohydrin or simple aliphatic epoxide. 
The most familiar epoxy is obtained by condensing epichlorohydrin with bisphenol A.
Major advantages of epoxy resins include corrosion resistance, solvent and chemical resistance, hardness, and adhesion. 

Other derivatives of epichlorohydrin may be obtained by: 
• Coupling this basic epoxy structure with materials containing an active hydrogen, such as aldehydes, polyamides, and polyamines 
• Crosslinking it with amine or acid curing agents 
• Esterifying it with short- or long-chain unsaturated acids 

In the textile industry, epichlorohydrin is used to modify the carboxyl groups of wool. 
The resulting product has a longer and improved resistance to moths. 
Epichlorohydrin also is used to prepare protein-modified, woollike fibers, which have an affinity for acid dyes and which exhibit resistance to both mold and insects.
Further, epichlorohydrin is used to prepare dyeable polypropylene fibers and to dye polyolefin, polyacrylonitrile, polyvinyl chloride, polyvinyl alcohol, and other fibers. 
It is also used to impart wrinkle resistance and to prepare anti-static agents and textile sizings. Derivatives of epichlorohydrin show utility as leveling, dispersion, softening, emulsifying and washing agents. 

Papers, Inks, Dyes 
Wet-strength paper sizing is prepared from either polyamides modified with epichlorohydrin or from the reaction product of epichlorohydrin and an alkylene amine. 
Epichlorohydrin polyhydroxy compounds and their esters are useful in the production of special printing inks and textile print pastes. 
These products yield flexible films that are chemically inert to caustic soda and other chemical solutions. 
Epichlorohydrin adducts are useful as filler retention aids, paper coatings, f locculants, and anti-static agents. 
Paper and paperboard products with improved printability, pigment retention, folding endurance, and gloss also are prepared with epichlorohydrin reaction products.

Ion Exchange Resins 
Epichlorohydrin is used to produce both anion- and cation-exchange resins. 
Water-insoluble anion-exchange resins having good stability are prepared by reacting epichlorohydrin with ethylenediamine or a higher homolog. 
Strongbase anion-exchange resins can be produced by reacting epichlorohydrin with polymeric tertiary amines. 
Epichlorohydrin-based anion exchangers are used successfully to purify drinking water and to clean polluted air. 
Cation-exchange resins are produced by condensing epichlorohydrin with polyhydroxy phenols and by sulfonating the product. 

Surface Active Agents 
Many epichlorohydrin-based, surface-active agents are synthesized by condensing the epichlorohydrin with a polyamine such as tetraethylenepentamine, plus a fatty acid such as stearic acid. 
The polyamine and fatty acid may be replaced with an alkali metal, starch, or other reactant. 
Sulfonated epichlorohydrin is occasionally substituted for epichlorohydrin. 
Such products find use in cosmetics and shampoos, and as detergents, sudsing agents, water softeners, and demulsifiers. 

The reaction of epichlorohydrin with alcohols, alcoholates, or the sodium salts of stearic, oleic, palmitic, myristic, and other fatty acids yields products used as vinyl polymer plasticizers, solvents for food and flavoring, and plasticizers for polyurethanes. 

Agricultural Products 
Biologically active compounds are prepared by reacting epichlorohydrin with alcohols or the sodium salts of alkylphenols. 
Such products have found effective use in insecticides, bactericides, and fungicides. 

More Applications
Other applications for derivatives of epichlorohydrin include: 
• Asphalt improvers 
• Corrosion inhibitors 
• Electrical insulation for wire 
• Fire-retardant urethanes 
• Hair conditioning rinses 
• Liners for polyethylene bottles 
• Linoleum and linoleum cements 
• Lubricant additives 
• Petroleum production aids 
• Pharmaceuticals 
• Photographic film bases 
• Rubber latex coagulation aids 
• Waterproofing compounds 
• Zinc electroplating compounds 

Epichlorohydrin (ECH) is an intermediate chemical used in the production of epoxy resins (about 90% of the total global market), synthetic glycerin, epichlorohydrin elastomers, specialty water treatment chemicals, wetstrength resins for paper production, and surfactants. 
Little synthetic glycerin is produced, as abundant supplies are available as by-products from biodiesel production.

Methods of Manufacturing
Epichlorohydrin is commercially prepared by high temperature chlorination of propylene to allyl chloride, followed by chlorohydration with hypochlorous acid to form isomeric glycerol dichlorohydrins. 
The mixture is subsequently dehydrochlorinated with alkali to yield epichlorohydrin.

A volatile, unstable, colorless oily liquid with a chloroform-like odor.
Miscible with most organic solvents, slightly soluble in water. 
Density 18066g/crr13. 
Boiling point 116. 11 °c. 
Freezing point -57.2 °c. 
Vapor pressure (20 °c) 1.666kPa. 
Viscosity (28 ℃)
1. 03mPa -s. Refractive index 4382. 
Flash point (Open Cup) 40.6 °c. 
Spontaneous ignition point 415.6. 
The upper limit of combustion limit (vol%) in air is 21.o, and the lower limit is 3.8.

Preparation Method
propylene and chlorine are chlorinated at high temperature to obtain allyl chloride, followed by hypochlorous acid, cyclization, rectification and other processes to obtain epichlorohydrin.

Epichlorohydrin features excellent resistance to hydrocarbon oils and fuels, low solvent and gas permeability, excellent resistance to ozone and weathering, and stable cycling from low to high temperature. 
Good replacement to butyl when gas permeability and oil resistance are needed.

Physical Properties 
The chemical formula for epichlorohydrin is C3 H5 OCl, and its molecular weight is 92.53 g/mol. 
Epichlorohydrin is a volatile and flammable clear liquid at room temperature and is insoluble in water.
The threshold for odor perception of epichlorohydrin is 0.93 parts per million (ppm). 
Epichlorohydrin has a pungent, garlicky, sweet odor.
The vapor pressure for epichlorohydrin is 22 mm Hg at 30 °C. 

Environmental Fate    
Epichlorohydrin may be found in the environment as a result of release in waste streams of resin, paint and lacquer, cellulose ester/ether, and gum production. 
The high vapor pressure of epichlorohydrin maintains it as a gas in the atmosphere, where it is degraded by photochemically produced hydroxyl radicals (half-life=36 days).
Epichlorohydrin is highly mobile in soil, evaporates quickly from dry soil, and is extensively hydrolyzed in moist soil and water.
Epichlorohydrin is not expected to be adsorbed to sediments and suspended particles and is not expected to bioaccumulate in aquatic organisms.

Epoxy resins of the bisphenol A type are synthesized from epichlorhydrin and bisphenol A. 
This leads to bisphenol-A diglycidyl ether, which is the monomer of bisphenol-A-based epoxy resins. 
Sensitization to epichlorhydrin occurs mainly in workers in the epoxy-resin industry. 
Sensitization in individuals not working at epoxy resin plants is rare. 
Epichlorohydrin has however been described to occur after contact with a soil fumigant, due to solvent cement and in a worker in a pharmaceutical plant, in a division for drug synthesis. 
Epichlorhydrin was used for the production of both drugs propranolol and oxprenolol.
A clear colorless liquid with an irritating chloroform-like odor. 
Density 9.8 lb / gal. Flash point 87°F. 
If polymerization takes place inside a closed container, the container is subject to violent rupture. 

Chemical Properties    
Epichlorohydrin is a colorless liquid with a slightly irritating, chloroform-like odor.

Physical properties    
Clear, colorless, mobile liquid with a strong, irritating, chloroform-like odor. 
Odor threshold concentration is 0.93 ppm (quoted, Amoore and Hautala, 1983).

ChEBI: An epoxide that is 1,2-epoxypropene in which one of the methyl hydrogens is substituted by chlorine.

Production Methods
Epichlorohydrin can be prepared from 1,3-dichloropropanol-2, 2,3- dichloropropanol-1, or allyl chloride. 
Commercially it is prepared as an intermediate in glycerol synthesis via alkaline hydrolysis of glycerol dichlorohydrin. 
Both come from allyl chloride. 
Epichlorohydrin reacts with monohydric alcohols to give ethers by opening the oxide ring. 
Epichlorohydrin will react with ethers, aldehydes, ketones, organic acids and amines to give a wide variety of useful syntheses.

Epichlorohydrin is an epoxide that is 1,2-epoxypropene in which one of the methyl hydrogens is substituted by chlorine. 
Epichlorohydrin is an organochlorine compound and an epoxide. 
Epichlorohydrin derives from a 1,2-epoxypropane.

Chemical Properties
Formula: C3H5ClO
Formula Weight: 92.53
Boiling Point: 116-117°
Flash Point: 32°(90°F)
Density: 1.180
Refractive Index: 1.4380
Storage & Sensitivity: Keep Cold.
Solubility: Miscible with chloroform and methanol. Immiscible with water.

-Epichlorohydrin is utilized for the synthesis of macquarimicins and hydroxyisoxazolidines and (+)-cis-sylvaticin, which is a potential antitumor agent.
Epichlorohydrin is used to synthesize inhibitors of fatty acid oxidation as potential metabolic modulators. 
Epichlorohydrin acts as a solvent for natural and synthetic resins, gums, cellulose esters and ethers, paints, varnishes, nail enamels, lacquers and cement for celluloid. 
Epichlorohydrin is also used as a stabilizer and also useful as a bifunctional alkylating agent with the potential to form DNA cross-links.

Epichlorohydrin is used in the manufacture of polyamines and polyquaternary ammonium salts, as flocculents in water and wastewater treatment. 
Epichlorohydrin is used in the synthesis of surface active agents for washing products and toiletries. 
Polyamine-epichlorohydrin resin is used in paper industry to improve paper wet-strength. 
Epichlorohydrin acts as a chemical intermediate and widely used in the manufacture of epoxy resins, epichlorohydrin elastomers and polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins.

Epichlorohydrin is an organochlorine compound, used in the manufacturing of epoxy resins, plasticizers, dye stuffs, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, adhesives and oil emulsification products.

About Epichlorohydrin 
Helpful information
Epichlorohydrin  is registered under the REACH Regulation and is manufactured in and / or imported to the European Economic Area, at ≥ 100 000 tonnes per annum.

Epichlorohydrin  is used in articles, by professional workers (widespread uses), in formulation or re-packing, at industrial sites and in manufacturing.

Consumer Uses
ECHA has no public registered data indicating whether or in which chemical products the substance might be used. ECHA has no public registered data on the routes by which Epichlorohydrin  is most likely to be released to the environment.

Article service life
Release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  can occur from industrial use, industrial abrasion processing with low release rate (e.g. cutting of textile, cutting, machining or grinding of metal).
Other release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  is likely to occur from, outdoor use in long-life materials with low release rate (e.g. metal, wooden and plastic construction and building materials) and indoor use in long-life materials with low release rate (e.g. flooring, furniture, toys, construction materials, curtains, foot-wear, leather products, paper and cardboard products, electronic equipment).
Epichlorohydrin  can be found in complex articles, with no release intended, vehicles covered by End of Life Vehicles (ELV) directive (e.g. personal vehicles or delivery vans).
Epichlorohydrin  can be found in products with material based on, paper (e.g. tissues, feminine hygiene products, nappies, books, magazines, wallpaper), fabrics, textiles and apparel, rubber (e.g. tyres, shoes, toys) and plastic (e.g. food packaging and storage, toys, mobile phones).
Widespread uses by professional workers
Epichlorohydrin  is used in the following products, pH regulators and water treatment products and laboratory chemicals. Epichlorohydrin  is used in the following areas, health services and scientific research and development. Release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  can occur from industrial use, for thermoplastic manufacture. Other release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  is likely to occur from, indoor use (e.g. machine wash liquids/detergents, automotive care products, paints and coating or adhesives, fragrances and air fresheners) and outdoor use as processing aid.

Formulation or re-packing
Epichlorohydrin  is used in the following products, paper chemicals and dyes, washing & cleaning products, water treatment chemicals, cosmetics and personal care products and oil and gas exploration or production products.
Release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  can occur from industrial use, formulation of mixtures and formulation in materials.
Uses at industrial sites
Epichlorohydrin  is used in the following products, polymers and coating products.
Epichlorohydrin  has an industrial use resulting in manufacture of another substance (use of intermediates).
Epichlorohydrin  is used for the manufacture of, chemicals and plastic products.
Release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  can occur from industrial use, as an intermediate step in further manufacturing of another substance (use of intermediates), for thermoplastic manufacture and in processing aids at industrial sites.
Release to the environment of Epichlorohydrin  can occur from industrial use, manufacturing of the substance.

1-chloro-2,3-epoxypropane; epichlorhydrin
2-(chloromethyl) oxirane
Epichlorohydrin (EPC)
Oxirane, 2-(chloromethyl)-

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(+) epichlorohydrin
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chloromethyl) Oxirane
racemic epichlorohydrin
racemic epichlorohydrine
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