Dimethyl Sulfide Sigma is the simplest sulfide, the sulfur analog of methyl ether, also known as “methyl sulfide”. Chemical formula (CH3)2S. Molecular weight 62.13. Foul-smelling volatile flammable liquid. The melting point is -98°C, the boiling point is 38°C, the relative density is 0.846, and the refractive index is 1.4351. Soluble in alcohol, ether, slightly soluble in water. It can be oxidized in air and can be oxidized to Dimethyl Sulfide Sigma with hydrogen peroxide. Dimethyl sulfide is a typical organic sulfur odor gas, and its content in the air reaches 1/100,000,000 to produce odor.
Dimethyl Sulfide Sigma has a low boiling point, is volatile, toxic and has a foul odor, which affects human health and ambient air quality. Short-term inhalation of the air containing dimethyl sulfide will make people mentally weak, anorexia or vomiting; long-term inhalation of the air containing dimethyl sulfide will damage the central nervous system and blood circulatory system of people. How to convert it into non-toxic and odorless substances, improve the environment and reduce the harm to people has become an important issue faced by most chemical companies.
As a reducing agent, borane dimethyl sulfide complex is a convenient and stable source of borane for hydroboration, selective reduction of α-hydroxy esters, etc. In the process of chemical reaction using borane Dimethyl Sulfide Sigma, such reactions generally produce hydrogen and other gases, and the boiling point of dimethyl sulfide under normal pressure is only 38 °C, and the tail gas is directly discharged, and the tail gas will contain dimethyl sulfide. Methyl sulfide, causing the exhaust gas to be discharged in excess of the standard, making the laboratory or production area more odorous. This limits the application of borane dimethyl sulfide. Therefore, there is an urgent need to develop a tail gas absorption device and method containing Dimethyl Sulfide Sigma.