• Aniline
  • Aniline
  • Aniline
  • Aniline

Aniline

  • 中文名称:
    苯胺
  • CAS:
    62-53-3
  • UN Code:
    1547
  • EINECS:
    200-539-3
  • HS Code:
    2921411000
  • Purity:
    99.90%
  • Individual weight:
    200kg/metal pail
  • Packing Category:
    Drum

Synonyms

Aminobenzene; Phenylamine; Benzamine

Description

Aniline appears as a light yellow to brown oily liquid with a musty smell.  Vapor is heavier than air. It is not easy to evaporate at room temperature. Toxic nitrogen oxides are produced during the combustion process. Aniline is slightly soluble in water and easily mixed with most organic solvents.
As one of the most important amines, aniline is an important commercial chemical

Physical&Chemical Properties

  • Molecular Formula:C6H7N
  • Density:1.02g/cm³
  • Boiling Point:184°C
  • Solubility:Light yellow, transparent liquid
  • Molecular Weight:93.13
  • Flash Point:70℉
  • Melting Point:-6°C

Uses

1. Manufacturing dyestuff:
Aniline is one of the most important intermediates in the dye industry. It can be used to make acid ink blue G, acid mordant BS, acid bright yellow, direct orange S, direct pink, indigo, disperse yellow brown, cationic pink FG and reactive Brilliant Red X-SB, etc., AT the same time, it can also be used as a black dye.
2. Used in the production of many pesticides and fungicides in the pesticide industry, such as DDV, herbicide, and tetrachloride;
3. Aniline is an important raw material for rubber additives, it can be used in the manufacture of antioxidant A, antioxidant D, antioxidant RD and antioxidant 4010, accelerator M, 808, D and CA, etc.;
4 It is an intermediate for the production of spices, plastics, varnishes, films, etc.; it can be used as a stabilizer in explosives, an explosion-proof agent in gasoline, and as a solvent.

Safety,Security&Risk

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