Dichloromethane or methylene chloride is a clear colorless nonflammable volatile liquid chlorinated hydrocarbon with a sweet pleasant smell. Dichloromethane is primarily used as a solvent in paint removers degreasing agents in electronics manufacturing and many other industrial uses.
A highly purified grade of solvent suitable for almost all analytical instrumentation usage. See specifications for details
Meets American Chemical Society (ACS) monograph testing. Material is typically 99% or greater purity.
Specially dried solvents where a specific water content limit and purity are required. See specifications for details.
A purified grade of solvent that is certified to meet a particular use. See specifications for details
A purified grade of solvent that is suitable for GC/FID GC/ECD or GC/TCD.
A purified grade of solvent filtered to 0.2 micron and UV transparent for most LC and spectroscopy usage. See specifications for transparency range.