Styrene - CAS # 100-42-5
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Chemical Name: Styrene
Chemical Formula: C8H8
CAS Number: 100-42-5
EC Number (EINECS): 202-851-5
Synonyms: Benzene, ethenyl-;Bulstren K-525-19;Cinnamene;Phenethylene;Phenylethene;Phenylethylene;Styrol (German);Styrole;Styrolene;Styropol SO;Vinylbenzene;Vinylbenzol;Ethenylbenzene;Cinnaminol;Cinnamol;Styrol;Benzene, vinyl-;Cinnamenol;Diarex hf 77;Ethylene, phenyl-;NCI-C02200;Stirolo;Styreen;Styren;Styrene monomer;Styron;Vinylbenzen;Styropol;Styropor;UN 2055;Annamene;ethenylbenzene (styrene);Vinylbenzene (styrene)
Appearance: colourless oily liquid
Melting Point: -31 C
Boiling Point: 145 C
Vapor Pressure: 5 mm Hg at 20 C
Flash Point: 31 C
Explosion Limits: 1.1% - 6.1%
Auto Ignition: 490 C
Stability: Stable, but may polymerize upon exposure to light. Normally shipped with a dissolved inhibitor. Substances to be avoided include strong acids, aluminium chloride, strong oxidizing agents, copper, copper alloys, metallic salts, polymerization catalysts and accelerators. Flammable - vapour may travel considerable distance to ignition source
Molecular Weight: 104.1491
Alternate Names: Styrene | Vinylbenzene | STYRENE
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Related Analytes (Styrene):
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