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CAS 90-15-3 - 1-Naphthol

Analyte:  1-Naphthol

Alternate Name:  alpha-Naphthol

Abbreviation:  1NAPHTHOL

CAS Number or ID:  90-15-3

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  90-15-3

Synonyms:  1-Naphthol;«alpha»-Hydroxynaphthalene;«alpha»-Naphthol;Basf Ursol ERN;C.I. Oxidation Base 33;C.I. 76605;Durafur Developer D;Fouramine ERN;Fourrine ERN;Fourrine 99;Furro ER;Nako TRB;Tertral ERN;Ursol ERN;Zoba ERN;1-Hydroxynaphthalene;1-Napthol;-Napthol

Chemical Formula:  C10H8O

Apearance:  solid

Melting Point:  95 C

Boiling Point:  278 - 280 C

Vapor Pressure:  1.7 mm Hg at 100 C

Flash Point:  125 C (closed cup)

Explosion Limits:  0.8 - 5.0%

Auto Ignition:  542 C

Stability:  Stable, but air and light sensitive - store under inert gas. Incompatible with strong bases, strong oxidizing agents.Analytical testing dots

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