The chemical formula of diethyl sulfate is C4H10O4S or (C2H5)2SO4. In appearance, diethyl sulfate is a colourless, corrosive, oily liquid that darkens with age and has a faint peppermint odour. Diethyl sulfate is primarily utilised as an ethylating agent in organic synthesis as well as in the dye and textile production.
Diethyl sulfate is a potent alkylating agent. The flashpoint of diethyl sulfate is known to be about 104° C or about 219° F. Moreover, the burning point of this chemical compound is about 409°F, while the melting point of this chemical compound is about -12 °F
Some of the major applications of this chemical compound are -
Surface active agents
Cleaning and furnishing care products
Fabric, textile, and leather products not covered elsewhere
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