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Briton R22 Refrigerant Gas

Chlorodifluoromethane or difluoromonochloromethane is a hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC). This colorless gas is better known as HCFC-22, or R-22. It is commonly used as a propellant and refrigerant. These applications are being phased out in developed countries due to the compound’s ozone depletion potential (ODP) and high global warming potential (GWP), although global use of R-22 continues to increase because of high demand in developing countries. R-22 is a versatile intermediate in industrial organofluorine chemistry, e.g. as a precursor to tetrafluoroethylene.



Briton R22 Refrigerant Gas Physical Properties

Density?(?) at -69??C (liquid)1.49
Density?(?) at -41??C (liquid)1.413
Density?(?) at -41??C (gas)4.706?kg.m?3
Density?(?) at 15??C (gas)3.66?kg.m?3
Specific gravity at 21??C (gas)3.08 (air?= 1)
Specific volume?(?) at 21??C (gas)0.275
Density?(?) at 15??C (gas)3.66?kg.m?3
Triple point?temperature (Tt)-157.39??C (115.76 K)
Critical temperature?(Tc)96.2??C (369.3 K)
Critical pressure (pc)4.936 MPa (49.36 bar)
Vapor pressure at 21.1??C (pc)0.9384 MPa (9.384 bar)
Critical density (?c)6.1?mol.l?1
Latent heat of vaporization?(lv) at boiling point (-40.7??C)233.95
Heat capacity?at constant pressure (Cp) at 30??C (86??F)0.057 kJ.mol?1.K?1
Heat capacity?at constant volume (Cv) at 30??C (86??F)0.048 kJ.mol?1.K?1
Heat capacity ratio?(?) at 30??C (86??F)1.178253
Compressibility factor?(Z) at 15??C0.9831
Acentric factor?(?)0.22082
Molecular dipole moment1.458 D
Viscosity?(?) at 0??C12.56 ?Pa.s (0.1256 cP)
Ozone depletion potential?(ODP)0.055 (CCl3F?= 1)
Global warming potential?(GWP)1810 (CO2?= 1)

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13.6 kg, 2.8 kg, 650 g


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