Toluene

Toluene

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Methylene Chloride (Dichloromethane)

Xylene

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CAS Number: 1330-20-7

HS Code: 27075000 

Types of Packaging:

  • 180Kg Drum/14.4 Tons/20ft Container
  • 180Kg Drum/25.2 Tons/40ft Container
  • 880Kg IBC Drum/17.6Tons/20ft Container
  • 880Kg IBC Drum/26.4Tons/40ft Container

Other Trading Names:

  • Xylol
  • Dimethylbenzene
  • Benzene, M-dimethyl-
  • Benzene, O-dimethyl-
  • Benzene, P-dimethyl-
  • Dilan
  • M-methyltoluene
  • M-xylene
  • M-xylol
  • Meta-xylene
  • 2-methyltoluene
  • 4-methyltoluene
  • O-dimethylbenzene
  • O-methyltoluene
  • O-xylene
  • O-xylol
  • Ortho-xylene
  • Orthoxylene
  • P-dimethylbenzene
  • P-methyltoluene
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Chemical Name

Xylene

Molecular Formula

C8h10

CAS Number

1330-20-7

Appearance

Colorless Liquid, Sweet Aromatic Odor

Grade Standard

Food Grade, Industrial Grade

Solubility

Miscible

Melting Point

-34℃

Boiling Point

145.9±10.0°C at 760 Mmhg

Density

0.86 g/cm3

Purity

99.9%

Chemical Description 

  • Xylene is a clear, colorless liquid known for its sweet and aromatic odor, commonly associated with paint thinners and other solvents.
  • It is composed of three isomeric forms: o-xylene (ortho-xylene), m-xylene (meta-xylene), and p-xylene (para-xylene), each differing in the arrangement of methyl groups on the benzene ring.
  • Being an aromatic hydrocarbon, xylene is largely immiscible with water but exhibits good solubility with many organic solvents.
  • Xylene is a versatile solvent, often employed in laboratories for cleaning glassware, dissolving resins, and in histology for tissue processing.
  • This compound is a key ingredient in the manufacture of plastics, synthetic fibers, and various other chemical products.
  • Xylene also finds its way into the paint industry, serving as a popular solvent in paint thinners, varnishes, and adhesives.
  • Its use isn't limited to industrial applications; it plays a role in medical laboratories, especially in tissue preparation for microscopy.
  • Due to its potential health hazards, working with xylene necessitates proper ventilation and protective measures to prevent prolonged inhalation exposure.
  • It's crucial to distinguish between the different isomers of xylene, as their properties and applications can vary.

With its multifaceted utility, xylene remains a significant compound in the chemical industry, ensuring efficient production and processing across a range of sectors.

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