Allyl chloride is a well known organic compound. This colourless liquid has an unpleasant pungent odour. It is insoluble in water but is soluble in other typical organic solvents. It is primarily converted to epichlorohydrin, which is further utilised in the preparation of plastics. It is produced from propylene through chlorination. It is an alkylating agent that makes it both useful and hazardous to handle. Other significant industrial derivatives of the product include allyl alcohol, allylamine, allyl isothiocyanate (synthetic mustard oil), and 1-Bromo-3-chloropropane. Moreover, as an alkylating agent, it is useful in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and pesticides, such as mustard oil. While most of the allyl chloride is utilised to make epichlorohydrin, a part is also used in the production of other compounds like water treatment chemicals. Epichlorohydrin is further utilised to obtain products ranging from epoxy resins to flame retardants.
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