Ethylene Bromide also called Ethane, ethylene dibromide or 1,2-dibromoethane is a colourless, nonflammable, sweet-smelling,  toxic liquid. It comes with the molecular formula of (C2H4Br2).  Ethylene Dibromide is used as a pesticide for grains and fruits. Our Ethylene Dibromide finds application in pharmaceuticals, dyes, insecticides, fuel addictive in gasolines.
Our Ethane Bromine Compound is used as a soil fumigant for agriculture. It is prepared by the chemical reaction of ethylene with bromine. Ethylene Bromide is also known by other names like EDB, glycol dibromide and 1,2 –dibromoethane. Ethylene bromide is poisonous to humans and animals, causing severe irritation to the eyes and skin and damage to the liver, kidneys, adrenal glands and lungs in long term.

Product:Ethylene Dibromide
Synonyms:Edb, Edbr, 1,2-Dibromoethane
CAS #:106-93-4
Empirical Formula:C2H4Br2
Purity:99% Minimum
Physical Appearance:Colorless To Light Yellow Liquid
M.W.:187.86
Density:2.18
Melting Point:9-10 °C
Boiling Point:131-132 °C
Soluble:Alcohol, Ether, Insoluble In Water