Ethylene Dichloride (also known as 1,2-Dichloroethane, EDC and DCE) is one of the main chlorinated organic chemicals. It is mainly employed in the production of vinyl chloride monomer with hydrogen chloride as a byproduct, followed by ethylene amines and chlorinated solvents. Ethylene Dichloride is produced industrially by chlorination of ethylene, in vapor or liquid-phase.
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