dvr Benzene 210 Ltr

Benzene, C6H6

A colourless to light yellow, mobile, nonpolar liquid of highly retractive nature; aromatic odor; vapors burn with a smoky flame. Flammable, danerous fire risk. Used in the manufacture of ethylbenzene (for styrene monomer); dodecylbenzene(for detergent) maleic anhydride, benzene sulfonic acid, as a solvent.

Technical Specifications:

BENZENE

Test

Results

Appearance

Clear liquid of sediment and haze when observed at 18.3°C to 25.6°C

Colour

Max. 20 on Pt-Co scale

Relative density at : 15.56/15.56°C

0.8820 to 0.8860

Distillation range

Not more than 1°C including the temp. of 80.1°C

Sulphur compounds

Free of H2S & SO2

solidification point, °C

Min. 5.2 (Being not lower than 4.85°C anhydrous basis)

Acidity

No free acid, i.e. no evidence of acidity

Acid Wash Colour

Not darker than no. 2 colour standard

Copper corrosion

Passes 1A or 1B

Non-Aromatics, ppm

Max. 300

Toluene, ppm

Max. 500

Application:
PRODUCT NAME : -BENZENE
CAS number : – 71-43-2
UN number : – 1114
Formula : – C6H6
Odour : – AROMATIC
Solubility in water : – SLIGHTLY
Density : – 0.879 at 20 oC
Boiling point : – 80 oC
Melting point : – 5 oC
Viscosity : – 0.652 cp at 20 oC
Flashpoint : – -11 oC
Explosive point : – 1.2 %u2013 8 Vol%
Vappour pressure : – 100 mbar at 20 oC
Skin absorption/irritation : – YES
TLV  Country  NL : – 10 S ppm  30 S mg/m3
Pollution category   1994 : – C

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