|Minimum Order Quantity||190 Kg|
|Packaging Details||190 KGS|
|Grade Standard||Technical Grade|
|Molecular Weight||92.141 g/mol|
|Melting Point||- 95 DegreeC|
|Vapor pressure||2.8 kPa|
|Flash Point||6 DegreeC|
|Ignition Temperature||530 DegreeC|
|Surface tension||28.52 mN/m|
|Thermal Conductivity||0.134 W/mK|
|Hazards||Hazardous in case of skin contact, eye contact, ingestion or inhalation|
|Precautions||Wear protective gloves/ protective clothing/ eye protection/ face protection.|
|Freezing Point||-95 deg C|
|Boiling Point||111 deg C|
|Synonyms||Methylbenzene, Phenylmethane, Toluol, Anisen|
|Solubility in Water||0.52 g/L|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Toluene, also known as methylbenzene or phenylmethane, is a clear, colorless liquid that is commonly used as a solvent. It has a distinctive sweet, pungent odor and is highly flammable.
Toluene is widely used as a solvent in the manufacture of a variety of products, including paints, coatings, adhesives, and rubber. It is also used as a fuel additive, as a raw material in the production of benzene and other chemicals, and as a component in gasoline.
Toluene has a number of physical and chemical properties that make it a useful solvent. It has a relatively high boiling point of 110.6°C, which allows it to be used in high-temperature applications. It also has a low freezing point of -95°C, which means it remains a liquid at low temperatures.
However, toluene can also be hazardous if not handled properly. It is toxic if ingested, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin, and can cause a range of health effects, including neurological and respiratory problems. Toluene is also highly flammable, and can form explosive vapor-air mixtures if not handled carefully.
As with any hazardous substance, it is important to follow all safety guidelines and wear appropriate personal protective equipment when working with toluene. This includes proper ventilation, protective gloves, and eye and face protection.