Ethylene glycol is an excellent reagent. This chlorinated hydrocarbon is also known as 1,2-Ethanediol. The reagent is a colorless liquid that is miscible in water. It has a melting point of 12.9 degrees Celsius and a boiling point of 197.3 degrees Celsius. Ethylene glycol may be made from ethylene (ethene) by passing it via the intermediate ethylene oxide. While this reagent is stable in general, it is incompatible with powerful oxidizing agents. 2.5L per bottle is the quantity provided. C2H6O2 is the molecular formula. Molecular mass: 62.07 Minimum assay: 99.5% Reagent of analytical grade Ethylene glycol has a wide range of uses in the chemical and biological industries. This chemical is used in the synthesis of a variety of organic derivatives. Ethylene glycol is a common ingredient in antifreeze compositions. It is also a key precursor to polyester fibers and resins. Polyethylene terephthalate is made from ethylene glycol (PET). It is used in the natural gas sector to eliminate water vapor from natural gas before further processing. This reagent is appropriate for industrial synthesis as well as research applications.