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Phenol Crystal

Phenol Crystal

Product Details:

  • Smell Other
  • Taste Other
  • Form Other
  • Other Names Carbolic acid, Phenylic acid, Hydroxybenzene, Phenic acid
  • HS Code 29071110
  • Classification Other
  • Chemical Name Phenol, Benzenol
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Product Specifications

  • 29071110
  • Other
  • Industrial
  • Other
  • Carbolic acid, Phenylic acid, Hydroxybenzene, Phenic acid
  • Other
  • Laminates and Ply Pharmaceuticals and Drugs Plastic - major uses of phenol, consuming two thirds of its production, involve its conversion to precursors to plastics. Condensation with acetone gives bisphenol-A, a key precursor to polycarbonates and epoxide resins. Condensation of phenol, alkylphenols, or diphenols with formaldehyde gives phenolic resins, a famous example of which is Bakelite. Phenols are widely used in household products and as intermediates for industrial synthesis For example, phenol itself is used (in low concentrations) as a disinfectant in household cleaners and in mouthwash. Phenol may have been the first surgical antiseptic. Phenol is also used in the study and extraction of bio-molecules. Molecular biology finds the application of phenol in the extraction of nucleic acids from tissue samples for further investigations. Cosmetics Industry - Phenol is also used in the cosmetic industry in the manufacturing of sunscreens, skin lightening creams and hair colouring solutions.
  • 100.003.303
  • 108-95-2
  • Phenol, Benzenol
  • Other
  • Other

Trade Information

  • Kolkata
  • Western Union, Telegraphic Transfer (T/T), Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C), Cash in Advance (CID)
  • Yes
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  • In Drums, Cans and Tankers.
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
  • All India
  • ISO 9001;2015

Product Description

Chemical(IUPAC) Name: Phenol, Benzenol

TradeName: Phenol

ChemicalFormula: C6H6O

Synonyms: Carbolicacid, Phenylic acid,

Hydroxybenzene,Phenic acid

Appearance:Transparentcrystalline solid

Odor:Sweet andtarry

Molarmass:94.113g·mol−1

Meltingpoint:40.5°C(104.9°F; 313.6K)

Boilingpoint:181.7°C(359.1°F; 454.8K)

Density:1.07g/cm3

CASRegistry Number : 108-95-2

EINECSNumber : 100.003.303

HSCode : 29071110


Phenolis anaromaticorganiccompound appreciably soluble in waterwiththe molecularformulaC6H6O.It is a whitecrystallinesolid that isvolatile.The molecule consists of aphenylgroup (−C6H5) bonded to ahydroxygroup (−OH). Mildlyacidic,it requires careful handling because it can causechemicalburns.Phenolis a weak acid.


Properties

Limits

Appearance,molten

Clearand Free of Suspended Matter

Purity,wt% min.

99.85

FreezingPoint, °Cmin.

40.7

Colour,Pt-Co, APHA max.

010

Iron(Fe), ppm max.

0.5

Water,wt% max.

0.05


Packaging


In Drums, Cans and Tankers.


Usage& Applications


  • Laminatesand Ply

  • Pharmaceuticalsand Drugs

  • Plastic- major uses of phenol,consuming two thirds of its production, involve its conversion toprecursors to plastics. Condensation with acetone gives bisphenol-A,a key precursor to polycarbonates and epoxide resins. Condensationof phenol, alkylphenols, or diphenols with formaldehyde givesphenolic resins, a famous example of which is Bakelite.

  • Phenolsare widely used in household products and as intermediates forindustrialsynthesis For example, phenol itself is used (in lowconcentrations) as a disinfectant in household cleaners and inmouthwash.

  • Phenolmay have been the first surgical antiseptic.

  • Phenolis also used in the study and extraction of bio-molecules. Molecularbiology finds the application of phenol in the extraction of nucleicacids from tissue samples for further investigations.

  • CosmeticsIndustry - Phenolis also used in the cosmetic industry in the manufacturing ofsunscreens, skin lightening creams and hair colouring solutions.



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