1H-Benzotriazole - CAS # 95-14-7

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CAS 95-14-7 - Benzotriazole

Chemical Name:  1H-Benzotriazole

Chemical Formula:  C6H5N3

CAS Number:  95-14-7

EC Number (EINECS):  202-394-1

Synonyms:  Azimidobenzene;Aziminobenzene;Benzene azimide;Benzisotriazole;Benzotriazole;Benztriazole;Cobratec 99;1,2-Aminoazophenylene;1,2,3-Benzotriazole;1,2,3-Triaza-1H-indene;1,2,3-Triazaindene;1H-1,2,3-Benzotriazole;2,3-Diazaindole;Cobratec No. 99;NCI-C03521;NSC-3058;U-6233;1,2-Aminozophenylene;1,2,3-Benztriazole;2,3-Diazaindole 1,2,3-triazaindene;ADK STAB LA-32;Benzotriazole1H-benzotriazole;Cobratec;Preventol Cl 8

Use:  reagent in the synthesis of enamines

Appearance:  yellow to beige solid

Melting Point:  95 - 99 C

Boiling Point:  350 C, (204 C at 15

Vapor Density:  4.1 g/l

Flash Point:  170 C

Explosion Limits:  2.4% (lower)

Auto Ignition:  210 C

Water Solubility:  25 g/l at 20 C

Stability:  Stable, but may be light sensitive. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, heavy metals.

Molecular Weight:  119.1241

Alternate Names:  Benzotriazole | 1,2,3-Benzotriazole | BZTRIAZOLE

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Related Analytes (1H-Benzotriazole):
1H-benzotriazole, 5-methyl-   

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