Dicumyl peroxide - CAS # 80-43-3

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Chemical Name:  Dicumyl peroxide

Chemical Formula:  [C6H5C(CH3)2)]2O2

CAS Number:  80-43-3

Synonyms:  bis(1-methyl-1-phenylethyl)peroxide, cumyl peroxide, cumene peroxide,

Use:  catalyst

Appearance:  white powder

Melting Point:  39 - 41 C

Boiling Point:  ca. 130 C (decompose

Water Solubility:  negligible

Stability:  Stability Reacts violently with reducing agents, heavy metals, concentrated acids, concentrated bases. May ignite organic materials on contact. May decompose violently upon exposure to sunlight or if heated. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.

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