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Specialty Gas CatalogMolecules that Matter

ALPHAGAZ Pures, SCOTT Mixtures and Equipment | 2009 Edition

As a leading world supplier of specialty and industrial gases, Air Liquide is all about molecules that matterOur technologies are carefully engineered to provide customers with meticulously analyzed measures of certain molecules in the form of pure or mixed gases and liquids. These molecules are in turn used as raw materials or end products in themselves, as is often the case in healthcare or food and beverage processing. Other times the molecules we provide are used to measure or test for the presence of other molecules, as in applications such as environmental monitoring, homeland security or process control. Our focus however, goes well beyond the refining and selling of molecules. It includes providing definable value that can be measured at the bottom line. About one third of Air Liquides product sales can be linked directly to applications that are helping to preserve our environment or ensure human safety. Other Air Liquide products and services involve helping our many customers keep pace with a challenging global economyby empowering them to improve efficiencies without sacrificing end product quality or analytical accuracy. Our commitment to safety, technology and innovation has kept Air Liquide at the forefront of the high-tech business of specialty and industrial gases for more than 100 years. Our presence of over 43,000 employees in 75 countries enables us to leverage the resources of a truly global enterprise with powerful, personalized service from our localized, customer-focused teams. Combined with innovative products and services, we believe this to be a winning formula that transforms molecules that matter into greater customer satisfaction, efficiency, growth and successplus a safer and cleaner environment for us all.

Table of ContentsIntroduction .......................................................................... iv Cylinder PackagingLow-Pressure ........................................................................... 2 High-Pressure Stainless Steel ................................................... 3 High-Pressure Aluminum .......................................................... 4 Cryogenic ................................................................................. 4 Dewars ..................................................................................... 5 Packs ....................................................................................... 5 Pistons ..................................................................................... 5 Tube Trailers ............................................................................. 5 SCANDINA ............................................................................ 6 SMARTOP ............................................................................ 6 ALTOP ................................................................................... 7 ALTOP Lab ............................................................................... 8 Halocarbon 134a .................................................................... 45 Halocarbon 218 ..................................................................... 46 Halocarbon C318 ................................................................... 47 Halocarbon C1418 ................................................................. 48 Halocarbon 2316 ................................................................... 49 Helium .................................................................................... 50 Hydrogen ............................................................................... 51 Hydrogen Bromide ................................................................. 52 Hydrogen Chloride ................................................................. 53 Hydrogen Fluoride .................................................................. 54 Hydrogen Sulfide .................................................................... 55 Isobutane ............................................................................... 56 Isobutylene ............................................................................. 57 Krypton .................................................................................. 58 Methane ................................................................................. 59 Neon ...................................................................................... 60 Nitric Oxide ............................................................................. 61 Nitrogen .................................................................................. 62 Nitrogen Dioxide ..................................................................... 65 Nitrogen Trifluoride .................................................................. 66 Nitrous Oxide .......................................................................... 67 Oxygen ................................................................................... 68 Phosphine .............................................................................. 69 Propane .................................................................................. 70 Propylene ............................................................................... 71 Silane ..................................................................................... 73 Sulfur Dioxide ......................................................................... 74 Sulfur Hexafluoride ................................................................. 75 Trisilane ................................................................................... 76 Tungsten Hexafluoride ............................................................ 77 Xenon ..................................................................................... 78

Pures and Other Support GasesALPHAGAZ Introduction ......................................................................... 10 Specifications ...................................................................... 11 Impurities Affecting Gas Detectors ...................................... 12 Other Available Pures .......................................................... 14 Acetylene ................................................................................ 16 Air ........................................................................................... 17 Ammonia ................................................................................ 19 Argon ..................................................................................... 20 Arsine ..................................................................................... 22 Boron Trichloride .................................................................... 23 Boron Trifluoride ..................................................................... 24 1,3-Butadiene ........................................................................ 25 n-Butane ................................................................................ 26 1-Butene ................................................................................ 27 cis-2-Butene ........................................................................... 28 trans-2-Butene ....................................................................... 28 Carbon Dioxide ...................................................................... 29 Carbon Monoxide ................................................................... 31 Chlorine .................................................................................. 33 Deuterium ............................................................................... 34 Dichlorosilane ......................................................................... 35 Disilane ................................................................................... 36 Ethane .................................................................................... 37 Ethylene ................................................................................. 38 Germane ................................................................................ 39 Halocarbon 14 ........................................................................ 40 Halocarbon 23 ........................................................................ 41 Halocarbon 32 ........................................................................ 42 Halocarbon 41 ........................................................................ 43 Halocarbon 116 ..................................................................... 44 Halocarbon 125 ...................................................................... 45

Gas MixturesIntroduction ............................................................................ 80 Unique SCOTT Technology ................................................. 84 Gas and Liquid Mixtures Typical Specifications ...................... 86 RATA and Compliance Class ............................................... 88 Reference Class .................................................................. 91 ACUBLEND Master Class ................................................... 93 Certified Class ..................................................................... 95 Custom Class ...................................................................... 98 Two-Component Mixtures ...................................................... 99 Acetaldehyde ...................................................................... 99 Acrylonitrile .......................................................................... 99 Ammonia .......................................................................... 100 Argon ................................................................................ 102 Benzene .......................................................