Phenol 

Phenol, also known as carbolic acid, hydroxy, a German chemist Runge (Runge F) in 1834 found in coal tar, is the most simple phenols, a weak acid. At room temperature as a colorless crystal, poisonous phenol is a common chemical, is the production of certain resins, fungicides, preservatives and drugs (such as aspirin) is an important raw material phenol corrosive, room temperature, slightly soluble in water, soluble in organic solution.; When the temperature is higher than 65 ℃, sorted water miscible in any proportion. On its solution gets on the skin may be washed alcohol, phenol exposed pink in the air.

Product name phenol
CAS No. 108-95-2
Density Relative Density (water = 1) 1.07
Boiling point 181.7 ℃
Solubility (Water) Slightly soluble in water at room temperature, with about 8% of water mixing can be liquefied, more than 65 ℃ miscible with water
critical point 419.2
Applications Disinfecting surgical instruments
RTECS No. SJ3325000
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Code No. 61067
CAS RN 108-95-2
Molecular weight 94.11
Product name PHENOL
Security Description S26, S28, S45, S24 / S25, S36 / S37 / S39
stability stable
Chemical Properties Weak acid, highly toxic, 
Hazard symbol No. F (flammable), T (toxic), C (corrosive)
Chemical formula C6H5OH, PhOH
Molar mass 94.11
Appearance White crystal, with special smell
Melting point 40.5 ℃
Flash point 79 ℃
The main hazards It has a special smell, a strong corrosive. Toxic.
UN No. 1671 (solid)
Structural formula C6H5OH
Water solubility 1.07
EINECS RN 203-632-7
Storage Cool and ventilated, cold dark, attention spillage
Materials to avoid  ,   ,strong base
Hazard description R34, R68, R23 / 24/25, R48 / 20/21/22


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