|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Kg|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
1,3- Dibromo-5,5- Dimethylhydantoinis also known as N,N''-Dibromodimethylhydantoin, DBDMH, Dibromantin, 77-48-5, Dibromantine and comes with Molecular Formula of C5H6Br2N2O2 and Molecular Weight of 285.9213.
Also used in disinfection of –
Industrial circulating water
Spring & hospital water
Pale yellow coloured powder
Faint odour of bromine
1860 C to 1940C
Loss on drying
55% to 55.8%
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Kilogram|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade, Reagent Grade|
1,3-Dichloro-5,5-Dimethylhydantoin is known as Omchlor, Halane, Hydan, Hydantoin, dichlorodimethyl, Dantoin, Dactin, Daktin, 118-52-5, Dichlorantin and comes with Molecular Formula of C5H6Cl2N2O2 and Molecular Weight of 197.01934.
It is prepared by passing chlorine through aqueous solution of 5,5-dimethylhydantoin and is made available in four-sided, pointed prisms form in chloroform/white powder finish. With a chlorine-like odor, it comes with Melting Point of 132°C and is less corrosive in comparison to hypochlorite solutions having same concentration of available chlorine.
Its properties include Density/Specific Gravity 1.5 at 20°C/20°C, pH of aqueous solution of about 4.4 and solubility (at 25°C) of 12.5% in carbon tetrachloride. Further, it also has solubility of 14% in chloroform, 32.0% in ethylene dichloride, 30% in methylene chloride, 9.2% in benzene and 17% in sym-tetrachlorethane.
White crystalline powder
Faint Odour chlorine
Loss on Drying
Soluble in ether, Alcohol & Benzene