90-43-7 o-Phenylphenol

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CAS 90-43-7 -

CAS Number:  90-43-7

Chemical Name:  o-Phenylphenol

Type of Toxicity:  cancer

Listing Mechanism:  Authoritative Bodies (AB)

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Date Listed:  4-Aug-00

Chemical Formula:  C12H10O

EC Number (EINECS):  201-993-5

Synonyms:  [1,1'-Biphenyl]-2-ol;2-Biphenylol;o-Biphenylol;o-Diphenylol;o-Hydroxydiphenyl;o-Phenylphenol;o-Xenol;Biphenyl-2-ol;Dowicide 1;Phenol, o-phenyl-;2-Phenylphenol;Preventol O extra;Remol TRF;2-Hydroxybiphenyl;2-Hydroxydiphenyl;o-Phenylphenol, cosmetic grade;Biphenyl, 2-hydroxy-;NCI-C50351;Torsite;Tumescal OPE;USAF ek-2219;1-Hydroxy-2-phenylbenzene;2-Hydroxybifenyl;Dowcide 1;Dowicide 1 antimicrobial;2-Fenylfenol;Kiwi lustr 277;OPP;Orthohydroxydiphenyl

Use:  disinfectant, fungicide, germicide, synthetic intermediate

Appearance:  white to light purple solid

Melting Point:  56 - 58 C

Boiling Point:  152 - 154 C at 15 mm

Vapor Pressure:  15.2 mbar at 163 C

Flash Point:  124 C

Water Solubility:  38 mg l-1

Stability:  Stable. Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, halogens.

Molecular Weight:  170.2072

More info:  p-Phenylphenol CAS 90-43-7...

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