What Is Anthracene Cas 120-12-7
Anthracene is a three ring fused aromatic hydrocarbon compound with molecular formula C14H10. It naturally exists in coal tar. The center of the three rings of anthracene is in a straight line, which is the isomer of phenanthrene Melting point 216 ℃, boiling point 340 ℃, relative density 1.283 (25/4 ℃); Easy to sublimate; It is insoluble in water, insoluble in ethanol and ether, and soluble in hot benzene..
|Appearance||Green Crystal||Green Crystal|
|Melting point||212℃ above||Conform|
- Anthraquinone, an intermediate used in manufacturing disperse dyes, alizarin and vat dyes, can be used as raw materials for plastics and insulating materials
- It can be used as insecticide, fungicide and gasoline retarder.
- Used to extract anthracene, phenanthrene and carbazole, and also to produce anthraquinone dyes, carbon black, synthetic tanning agent and various paints
- Used as analytical reagent and scintillator
Package And Storage
25kgs bag or requirement of clients. Keep it away from light at a temperature below 25℃.