1,2-dichlorobenzene - CAS # 95-50-1

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CAS 95-50-1 - 1,2-Dichlorobenzene

Chemical Name:  1,2-dichlorobenzene

Chemical Formula:  C6H4Cl2

CAS Number:  95-50-1

EC Number (EINECS):  202-425-9

Synonyms:  Benzene, o-dichloro-;o-Dichlorobenzene;Cloroben;Dilantin DB;Dowtherm E;1,2-Dichlorbenzene;1,2-Dichlorobenzene;Chloroben;o-Dichlorobenzol;Dilatin db;ortho-Dichlorobenzene;o-Dichlorbenzene;o-Dichlorbenzol;Dichlorobenzene, o-;Dizene;DCB;NCI-C54944;ODB;ODCB;Special termite fluid;Termitkil;Chloroden;Dichlorobenzene, ortho;Orthodichlorobenzol;UN 1591

Use:  solvent, insecticide and ingredient in a varied range of industrial products

Appearance:  colourless liquid

Melting Point:  -17 C

Boiling Point:  179 C

Vapor Density:  5.1

Vapor Pressure:  1.2 mm Hg at 20 C

Flash Point:  65 C

Explosion Limits:  2.2 % - 9.2%

Auto Ignition:  647 C

Stability:  Stable, but possibly light sensitive. Combustible. Incompatible with oxidizing agents, aluminium, aluminium alloys. Attacks some rubbers and plastics.

Molecular Weight:  147.0014

Alternate Names:  1,2-Dichlorobenzene | o-Dichlorobenzene | 12DCBZ

Department:  Organics

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