Petroleum benzene/pure benzene
Benzene is the simplest aromatic hydrocarbon, the molecular formula C6H6. In 1865, the German chemist F.A. Kekule proposed that benzene has a hexagonal structure with alternating single and double bonds, which has been used until now. According to the hybrid orbital theory, the six π electrons in the benzene molecule are integrated and evenly distributed above and below the plane of the ring. The structure of benzene can also be represented by a circle in the hexagon (see “aromatic hydrocarbons”). The benzene molecule has a special aromatic ring structure. A hydrocarbon having a benzene ring structure is called an aromatic hydrocarbon, and a compound having a benzene ring structure is called an aromatic compound.
More About benzene：
Density:0.874 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
|Boiling point||80 °C(lit.)|
|Melting point||5.5 °C(lit.)|
|Flash point||12 °F|
Use Of benzene:
One of the most important basic organic chemical raw materials. It is an important basic raw material for the production of synthetic resins, plastics, synthetic fibers, rubber, detergents, dyes, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, and explosives. Used as a raw material for solvents, synthetic dyes, plastics, rubber, fiber, and pesticides. It is an important raw material for the production of synthetic resins, synthetic rubber, synthetic fibers, dyes, detergents, pharmaceuticals, pesticides and special additives, and is also the main solvent. Used as a spectroscopic pure solvent and as a standard sample when measuring the refractive index, it is also used as a solvent and cleaning agent for precision optical instruments, electronics industry, etc.
Package Of benzene:
Storage:Stored in a closed, low temperature, heated to decompose into ammonia and acetic acid