Liquid Chlorine gas is a yellow-green gas with a strong, distinctive odor, familiar to most people from common household bleach Elemental chlorine is yellow-green, but the chloride ion, in common with other halide ions, has no color in either minerals or solutions (example, table salt). As with other halogens, chlorine atoms impart no color to organic chlorides when they replace hydrogen atoms organic compounds.


Chlorine is primarily used in the production of a wide range of industrial and consumer products and materials, including plastics, solvents for dry cleaning and metal degreasing, textiles, agrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, insecticides, dyestuffs, and household cleaning products. Many important industrial products are produced via organic chlorine intermediates. Examplesinclude polycarbonates, polyurethanes, silicones, polytetrafluoroethylene,carboxymethyl cellulose, and propylene oxide. Like the other halogens, chlorine participates in free-radical substitution reactions with hydrogen-containing organic compounds.


900Kgs. Net in Tonner.