A color or light yellow oily liquid at room temperature that turns reddish brown when exposed to air and sunlight. Slightly soluble in water, soluble in ethanol and ether, dilute acid. Mainly used as dyes, pesticides, pharmaceuticals and organic synthesis intermediates.

 More About o-Toluidine

CAS: 95-53-4

EINECS: 202-429-0

Molecular formula: C7H9N

Molecular weight: 107.15

Boiling point: 200.3 °C

Melting point: -16.3 °C

Flash point: 85 ° C


Use Of o-Toluidine:

Mainly used as organic synthesis intermediates such as dyes, also used as analytical reagents, vulcanization accelerators, and in the manufacture of saccharin;

1.For the preparation of azo dyes, triphenylmethane dyes; for example, for the preparation of sulfide blue, sulfurized yellowish GC, sulfurized yellow brown 5G, chromophenol AS-D, red radical RL, large red base G, jujube red GBC , acid peach red 3B, reduced peach red R, basic magenta and alkaline peach red T;

2.Used in the pharmaceutical industry for the preparation of o-chloropenicillin, hypnotic ketone, bismuth, and ruthenium. The pesticide industry is used to synthesize insecticides. Also used in the synthesis of vulcanization accelerators DT, BG, PR and other synthesis.

Package Of o-Toluidine:



O-toluidine is sealed in iron drums and stored in a cool, ventilated, dry warehouse. Keep away from fire and heat. The package is sealed and must not be in contact with air. It should be stored separately from oxidants, acids, acid chlorides, acid anhydrides, chloroforms, and food chemicals. Avoid mixing, mixing, and mixing. The warehouse should be equipped with the appropriate variety and quantity of fire-fighting equipment. The storage area should be equipped with leakage emergency treatment equipment and suitable containment materials.