White needle crystal. Soluble in hot water, ethanol and ether, slightly soluble in benzene.
More About Hydroquinone：
Molecular formula: C6H6O2
Molecular weight: 110.11
EINECS no. : 204-617-8
|Appearance||White needle crystal|
|Melting point||172-175 °C(lit.)|
|Density||1.32 g/mL at 20 °C(lit.)|
|Boiling point||285 °C(lit.)|
Use Of Hydroquinone:
Used as imagine agent and dye, pharmaceutical raw materials. Hydroquinone is an intermediate of the herbicides quizalofop, flurazepam, thiazoloxacillin, oxazolyl, flupirtine, and fluoxetine, and is also an intermediate for medicines and dyes. Hydroquinone is mainly used as a photographic developer. Hydroquinone and its alkylate are widely used as polymerization inhibitors in monomer storage and transportation, and the concentration is usually about 200ppm. Hydroquinone monomethyl ether is an intermediate of edible oil antioxidant BHA; hydroquinone dimethyl ether is an intermediate of dyes, organic pigments and perfumes; hydroquinone diethyl ether is an intermediate of photosensitive pigments and dyes . Hydroquinone is also used in the preparation of N, N’-diphenyl-p-phenylenediamine, which is an antioxidant and anti-odor agent for rubber and gasoline. Used as an analytical reagent, copper, gold reducing agent and developer colorimetric method for the determination of phosphorus, magnesium, barium, copper, silicon and arsenic. Determination of 铱 by polarography and volumetric methods. A reducing agent for heteropolyacids, a reducing agent for copper and gold. Test phosphate, tungstate, nitrate, nitrite, selenium and tellurium. Photometric determination of phosphorus, magnesium, strontium, copper, silicon and arsenic; determination of bismuth by polarography and volumetric methods; reduction of heteropolyacids; reduction of copper and gold; testing of phosphates, tungstates, nitrates, Nitrite, selenium and tellurium; developer; antioxidant; fertilizer industrial desulfurizer; urea synergist
Package Of Hydroquinone：
Storage:The warehouse is ventilated and dried at low temperature; it is stored separately from oxidants and food additives.