Epichlorohydrin (also known as ECH and Chloromethyloxirane) is an organochlorine compound and an epoxide highly reactive, widely used in the production of bisphenol A to yield epoxy resins. It is also used in the production of glycerol, plastics, and elastomers. On an industrial scale, epichlorohydrin is mainly produced by the chlorohydrination of allyl chloride, obtained from chlorination of propylene.
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