Phenol - CAS # 108-95-2

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CAS 108-95-2 - Phenol

Chemical Name:  Phenol

Chemical Formula:  C6H6O

CAS Number:  108-95-2

EC Number (EINECS):  203-632-7

Synonyms:  Carbolic acid;Baker's P and S Liquid and Ointment;Benzenol;Hydroxybenzene;Izal;Monohydroxybenzene;Monophenol;Oxybenzene;Phenic acid;Phenyl alcohol;Phenyl hydrate;Phenyl hydroxide;Phenylic acid;Phenylic alcohol;PhOH;Benzene, hydroxy-;Benzophenol;Acide carbolique;Baker's P & S liquid & Ointment;Fenol;Fenolo;NCI-C50124;Paoscle;Phenole;Carbolsaure;NA 2821;Phenol alcohol;Phenol, molten;Rcra waste number U188;UN 1671;UN 2312;UN 2821;component o

Appearance:  colourless crystals with a characteristic odour

Melting Point:  40 - 42 C

Boiling Point:  182 C

Vapor Pressure:  0.35 mm Hg at 20 C

Flash Point:  79 C

Explosion Limits:  1.5 % - 8.6 %

Auto Ignition:  715 C

Molecular Weight:  94.1112

Alternate Names:  Phenol | Carbolic Acid | PHLH

Department:  Organics

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Related Analytes (Phenol):
4-nitrophenol    Acetaminophen (4-acetamidophenol)    Nonylphenol    4-chlorophenol    p-Chlorothiophenol    m-Chlorophenol    3,5-di-tert-butylphenol    Bromophenol blue    Zinc bis(pentachlorophenol)   

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