Chloroethylene Carbonate (C<sub>3</sub>H<sub>3</sub>ClO<sub>3</sub>) - MSE Supplies LLC

Chloroethylene Carbonate (C3H3ClO3)

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Chloroethylene Carbonate (C3H3ClO3)

Chloroethylene Carbonate (C3H3ClO3) is a chemical compound used in the production of polymers. It is commonly used as an electrolyte additive and is a safe alternative to other chemicals. It is highly effective, producing greater performance with fewer impurities.


Item Value
Product Name Chloroethylene Carbonate
Chemical Formula C3H3ClO3
  • 4-Chloro-2-oxo-1,3-dioxolane
  • Vinyl chloride carbonate
  • Chlorinated vinyl carbonate

  • CM1031: 250g
CAS# 3967-54-2
Molecular Weight 122.51 g/mol
Appearance Colorless transparent liquid
CEC Purity (GC) >80%
DCEC Purity (GC) <9%
EC Purity (GC) <7%
Moisture ≤0.02%
Store Under Inert Gas Yes
Boiling Point  121-123°C 18 mmHg (lit.)
Density 1.504 g/mL at 25°C (lit.)
Flash Point >230°F


[1] Use of chloroethylene carbonate as an electrolyte solvent for a lithium ion battery containing a graphitic anode. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 142, no. 9 (1995): L161.

[2] FTIR and DEMS investigations on the electroreduction of chloroethylene carbonate-based electrolyte solutions for lithium-ion cells. Journal of power sources 81 (1999): 818-823.

[3] Chloroethylene Carbonate, a Solvent for Lithium‐Ion Cells, Evolving CO2 during Reduction. Journal of the Electrochemical Society 145, no. 2 (1998): L27.