₹11,400.00 /Drum
CAS NO 71-43-2
Price 57.00/kilogram
Packaging Type Drum
Packaging Weight 200 Kilogram/Drum
Packaging Unit Kilogram
Molecular Formula C6H6

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Grade : Industrial
Purity : 99%
Origin : India
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Product Name Benzene
Product Cas Number 71-43-2
Product Alias Name 1. Benzol, 2. Cyclohexa-1,3,5-Triene, 3. Benzene, 
Product Iupac Number Benzene
Product Molecular Formula C6h6
Product Atomic Group Alcoholic group
Product Application Plastic industry

Product Description

Benzene is an organic compound that is a colorless or light-yellow liquid that has a relatively high melting point. The word benzene derives historically from gum benzoin, sometimes called benjamin. It is highly flammable, has a sweet odor and quickly evaporates into air. Its vapor is heavier than air, which makes it sink into low-lying areas. Benzene dissolves only slightly in water and floats on top of it.Benzene is formed from both natural and man-made processes. Natural sources include volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural constituent of crude oil and gasoline. Its most widely-produced derivatives include styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics, phenol for resins and adhesives and cyclohexane, which is used to manufacture Nylon. About 80% of benzene is consumed in the production of three chemicals, ethylbenzene, cumene, and cyclohexane. Its most widely produced derivative is ethylbenzene, precursor to styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics.
Chemical formula C6H6
Molar mass 78.11 g·mol−1
Appearance Colorless liquid
Odor Aromatic, gasoline-like
Density 0.8765(20) g/cm3[1]
Melting point 5.53 °C (41.95 °F; 278.68 K)
Boiling point 80.1 °C (176.2 °F; 353.2 K)
Solubility in water 1.53 g/L (0 °C) 1.81 g/L (9 °C) 1.79 g/L (15 °C)[2][3][4] 1.84 g/L (30 °C) 2.26 g/L (61 °C) 3.94 g/L (100 °C) 21.7 g/kg (200 °C, 6.5 MPa) 17.8 g/kg (200 °C, 40 MPa)[5]
Solubility Soluble in alcohol, CHCl3,CCl4, diethyl ether, acetone,acetic acid[5]
Solubility inethanediol 5.83 g/100 g (20 °C) 6.61 g/100 g (40 °C) 7.61 g/100 g (60 °C)[5]
Solubility inethanol 20 °C, solution in water: 1.2 mL/L (20% v/v)[6]
Solubility inacetone 20 °C, solution in water: 7.69 mL/L (38.46% v/v) 49.4 mL/L (62.5% v/v)[6]
Solubility indiethylene glycol 52 g/100 g (20 °C)[5]
log P 2.13
Vapor pressure 12.7 kPa (25 °C) 24.4 kPa (40 °C) 181 kPa (100 °C)[7]
UV-vis (λmax) 255 nm
Magnetic susceptibility (χ) 54.8·10−6 cm3/mol
Refractive index(nD) 1.5011 (20 °C) 1.4948 (30 °C)[5]
Viscosity 0.7528 cP (10 °C) 0.6076 cP (25 °C) 0.4965 cP (40 °C) 0.3075 cP (80 °C)
* This certificate of analysis report & MSDS is computer generated as per the reference from seller

Product Description

Benzene is an organic compound that is a colorless or light-yellow liquid that has a relatively high melting point. The word benzene derives historically from gum benzoin, sometimes called benjamin. It is highly flammable, has a sweet odor and quickly evaporates into air. Its vapor is heavier than air, which makes it sink into low-lying areas. Benzene dissolves only slightly in water and floats on top of it.Benzene is formed from both natural and man-made processes. Natural sources include volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural constituent of crude oil and gasoline. Its most widely-produced derivatives include styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics, phenol for resins and adhesives and cyclohexane, which is used to manufacture Nylon. About 80% of benzene is consumed in the production of three chemicals, ethylbenzene, cumene, and cyclohexane. Its most widely produced derivative is ethylbenzene, precursor to styrene, which is used to make polymers and plastics.

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