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"Freon" Mf Is the Solvent Designation for "Freon" 11 Refrigerant. E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company. Organic Chemicals Department. Analytical;Procedure. Orchem Method 6-50-3. "Freon" Products. Determination of; Boiling Range, Halide by Paper Test, Particulate Matter by Goetz Bulb and;Soluble Residue by Goetz Bulb.

Date: 16 Apr 1964
Length: 13 pages
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Garbini, A.J.
Black, H.J.
Process Dept
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R&D
Process Tech & Development
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15 Jun 1999
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19961210
Interrogatories
Minnesota
Freon
Named Person
Jackson Laboratory
Precision Thermometer & Instrument
Bureau, O.F. Standards
Chambers Works
Macalaster Bicknell
Fisher Scientific
E, I. Du Pont, D.E. Nemours & Co
Standard Laboratory, O.F. Process Dept
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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
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Rjr3717
UCSF Legacy ID
axt19d00

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Orchem i.et;hod G-50-3 4. Report solu`wl e residue as niJl if none remains End rcpryr'v i: lV a`e :rI-:'; iid£.'r at^. volLl.it,',: percent sal-uble res.1due. Read :=o3.v~:;e percent d,trect?•y from the calibration m.xl:j.ngs on the GoLtz bulb. < Sol,ttbl.e res1due r;-,v be classified as eith~.=~.~ orgcunlc or oil by r1a,cl.2,e, the reme,3ndyr ir, €t : te,~ai, b, th for 5 r~{.l.u tcs . E,Xys reua- duw rc:::aining E.fter `chis period is assu^,:~d to be an oil. V:tlI . 17 0 : es 1. The tc.~~ms pt_rticu].ate m•F.tter e.tzd soluble res7.due netztioneci in r•h_.s me ihoc: apply, only to those u•.otcri;:iiia- ~ • - ei tio~~o-- tw.~:ch 4 ,~::•c frca~i a (;o~ ` • t•u L sa-`[.~ple. 2. 1.c:J, r4rature cor7,ectlonL in Vibl.e III invoe ve Vw*o ft, ctJr,, both of wi).-Lch ht:.ve b€:ei1 ii.coY t'~',Orza'ced into a sin~:le . Co1, r :C'i:j CI 1. One of fse-UOi's iS ti3o, G1•L(.'.G1: of I-r. :th4 oi:x:'r ::: ot e i.•nr v'czri£.';.it7.Z of boiling po-int, 3.t'o{n f-i .riGne...tr c•i t)C1,r~,`.ria1,3.'ie pi'oc•~>.^iuL':n. . 3. Te:aperature cotrection on Tab3.e IV is for the vzwiation of bo ilin ; po -rtt fro17 s lLnd.:.Ad ilis.i .1 1~.~~°a.;;.~.~riS~i )1 ~' ~; -h tz,~~. Y~•v~ul.:. . 4. fier:4ueratuxe correcf:ion'fforr varia•ci oa of roj l.wta ; pc -Int }.~ : from i:i~ pr a~li.}cts 1: Zl~~.:y li Ux^ t't•~~~L7a1f wit:2 2a bo-'L.:il:•.> IZo`. ; , can ba listed on i., L •i`_' ,-:cnec d, "Oo this 2.~otho:;i calculated usiw'; -c;ze fcllo:;ixv,; caz vulaf;:x.on. 0. 0t+71.2 :: (f OU~i' ) h(227-.3 f' v~ -- GG?'1 r:C1•_lo'.1 to obserti•cd in °0. -P = i:k up L! ;~ v:: ~~r~c pb e7swe, in of r~z-1Vncti2~y If ~ .a.._ ...... ..+v .. .1. .,
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TAWZ xx Orohetn Method 6_50-3 T^"'2 tta. °c 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759 760 761 762 763 764 765 766 6 8 76 7 7 ~ 20 2 440 2 443 2.446 2.449 2.452 2.455 2.458 2.461 2.464 2.4G7 2.470 2.474 2.478 2.482 2.486 2.490 2.494 2.498 2.502 2052500 2.504 2.507 2.511 2.514 2.518 2.521 2.525 2.528 2.532 2•535 2.539 2•542 2.546 2.549 2.553 2.556 2.5~0 2.~53 21 2 5:60 2.5164 2.r,r-8 2.572 2.576 2.580 2.5-54 2.5,°B 2.592 2.596 2.600 2.603 2.606 2.609 2.612 2.615 2.618 21.5 2.6' 5 2 629 2.632 2 636 2.639 2.61E3 2.646 2.630 2.653 2.657 2.6u0 2.664 2.667 2.671 2.674 2 678 631 2 2.621 2.624 . . . 2.685 2.6bJ 22 2.690 2.693 2.696 2.699 2.702 2.705 2.708 2.711 2.714 2.717 2.720 2.724 2.728 2.732 2.736 2.740 2.744 2.743 2.7;2 22 5 2.750 2.753 2.756 2.759 2 762 2.765 2.768 2.771 2. 7•r 4 2. 77 7 2.780 2.784 2.788 2.792 2:796 2.800 2.804 2.803 2.812 23 2 810 2.813 2.816 2.819 2.822 2.825 2.828 2.831 2.834 2.8~7 2.81:0 2.844 2.848 2.852 2.856 2.860 2.864 2.868 2.8,2 23 5 2.870 2.814 2.877 2.881 2.884 2.8S8 2.891 2.8,5 2.898. 2.g02 2.905 2.909 2.913 2.917 2.921 2.925 2.929 2.933 3.937 24 2 9,>0 2.9:;4 2.933 2.9142 2.946 2.950 2.954 2.938 2.962 2.966 2.970 2.974 2.978 2.982 2.985 2.990 2.994 2.998 3.C-2 24 5 2.9;7 2.9,4 2 ,r,^8 3.002 3.006 3.010 3.014 3.018 3.0,--2 3.026 3.030 3.034 3.038 3.042 3.046 3.050 3.054 3.058 3.062 25 3 0;;-a 3.05'} 3.058 3.062 3.oG6 3.070 3.074 3.078 3.082 3.086 3.090 3.094 3.098 3.102 106 3 3 110' 3 114 . . . 3.118 3.122 25 5 3•110 3 114 3.118 3 • 122 3.126 3.130 3.134 3.133 3 ..)_' 42 : 3 .146 3.150 3.155 3.159 3.164 3.168 3.173 3•177 3.182 3.136 26 3 170 3 174 3,176 3.182 3.186 3 j90 3.194 3.198 3.~02 3.206~.3.210 3.215 3.21-0 3.225 3.230 3.235 3.240 3.245 3.250 25 5 3.2,°;0 3 • "v.5 3.239 3 • 24!c 3.249 3.254 3.258 3.263 3.267 3.272 3.275 3.280 3.284 3•289 3.293 3.298 3.302 3.307 3•311 27 3 290 3.2105 3 300 3.305 3.310 3.315 3.:20 3.325 3.330 3.335 3,340 3.344 3.348 3.352 3.356 3.360 .3.364 3.368 3.372 27.5 3 350 3 355 3 350 3.365 3.370 3 375 3 380 3.335 3.390 3."a95 3.-'+00 3.406 3.409 3.414 3.418 3.423 3.427 3 432 436 3 2.8 3 .to 3, 1, 3 5 3.~'20 3.425 3.430 3.433 3.440 3.4", 5 3 • 453 3;1155 3.460 3.465 3.470 3.475 3.480 3.485 3.490 • 3.495 . 3.503 23 5 3.475 31:C0 3.1c34 3 409 3•493 3.498 3,502 3.507 3.511 3:516 3.520 3.525 3.530 3.535 3•540 3.545 3.550 3.555 3.560 29 ,3.54 0 °3.5'1=; 3 548 3.552 3.556 3.560 3.564 3 5G8 3•572 3.576 3.580 3•535 3.590 3.595 3.600 3.605 3•610 3.615 3.620 29 5 3 600 3 603 3.609 3 614'. 3.618 3 623 3.627 3.632 3.636 3.641 3.645 3.650 3.654 3.659 3.663 3.663 3.672 3.677 3.C31 30 3 6~0 3.665 3.670 3.675 3.680 3.6r5 3.690 3.695 3.700 3.705 3.710 3.714 3.718 3.722 3.726 3.730 3•734 3.738 3.742 30 5 3 723 3 725 3.730 3.735 3.740 3.745 3.750 3 755 3.760 3.765 3.770 3.775 3.7t9 3.784 3.788 3.793 3.797 3.802 3.806 31 3 7[i0 3 765 3.790 3 795 3.800 3 805 3.810 3.815 3.820 3.825 3.830 3.835 3.840 3.845 3.850 3.855 3.860 3.Eo5 3.870 3 1 5 3•C'cO 3 e'* 3•850 s•a55 3.860 3.865 3.870 3.875 3.830 3.835 3.890 3.895 3.900 3.905 3.910 3.915 3.920 3.925 3•9:~0 32 3 r0a 3 905 3 910 3 915 3.920 3.925 3.930 3.935 3•,9is0 3.945 3.950 3.955 3.960 3.965 3.970 3.975 3.920 3.985 3•S:0 I'~.rc~:etrlc prL--n~jra corrcctcd for tem,.oraturo. ar-, eubtmactcd fram bruom3tr3.c recdSn,,;s. C90C Lzzo5
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s'FRL'C:I" : fI' IS THE SCI,'IZ:?;T DESIG"ATIC.'I FOR °`ri-,r CI::" 11 B. I. DU PONT DE NEViOUi}.S A;ID COi:;'E1JY ORGANIC CHEi+IICALS DEPAi-TTi ,f-i3' ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE ORCHEM METHOD 6-50-3 "FREON" PRODUC T S Determination of Boilin~; Ranee, Halide by Paper Test, Particulate iflatter by Goetz Bulb and Soluble Residue by Goetz Dulb 1. ~rinciple A measured volume of the "Freon" product is evaporated from a Goetz bulb under controlled conditions. The boilinG ranGe of the product is the tern;oeraturc; recorded after 5 my, and 85 ml. of the sarp3.e has evaporated, corrected for barometbic pressure and superhea.tinb. The halide impurities are determined when the halides in the vapor phase of the sa-^p?e come in contact with special rea,.~ents (diphenylaiaine and dirr.ethy3.^ ,O.no'cenzc1dYhyde ~ to form a yellow coloration. The presence of particulate r..atter is determined by the visual inspection of the liquid "Freon" product sample and its residue for •forein body, such as rust or dirt. The soluble residue is deternined by visual measur:;:aent of the volume of residue 30 miniutes after the visual vaporization has stopped. II. Sconn This method is desitined to conso?idate into one method all of the deteriminations obtained from a Goetz bulb sample and it replaces the methods in References 1 to 9. A. Application This method is desiL;ned as a control for process and 0?cification pi1L.ly:jes of "Freon" products havin~ a boiil*i,~ point in the 1';vYl_~~ of -r.507°~.'. to + 24°C., soluble resitlL:e ;•.n t.1 ^.-• O. ~ ~ to ~ ;.- ~..,•. 1 (. 0.1; `T ©__ 1 . ;. ,. Vr~.. :~?~Cl t1:c'.~'G '~"•oL_'ii,~ of +i'L::L'iiv as, hy.`".~aZ'ocl`2lo2`ic i:c.'..Cl, c111.C)3'-r.Ct':' o2 ~t'•1ho:av"'.Tla.

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