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Nitrocompounds, Aromatic: Physical & Chemical Properties

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Chemical Name
CAS-Number

Colour/Form

Boiling Point (°C)

Melting Point (°C)

Molecular Weight

Solubility in Water

Relative Density (water=1)

Relative Vapour Density (air=1)

Vapour Pressure/ (Kpa)

Inflam.
Limits

Flash Point (ºC)

Auto Ignition Point (ºC)

1-AMINO-2-METHYL-­5-NITROBENZENE
99-55-8

yellow monoclinic prisms from alcohol

105.5

152.2

sl sol

1.3x
10- 5 mm Hg

4-AMINO-2-NITRO­PHENOL
119-34-6

dark red plates or needles from water & alcohol

131

154.1

sol

1-CHLORO-2,4-DINI­TROBENZENE
97-00-7

yellow crystals

315

53

202.6

insol

1.7

6.98

2.0 ll
22.0 ul

1-CHLORO-3-NITRO­BENZENE
88-73-3

yellow crystals; monoclinic needles

245-246

32-33

157.56

insol

1.305

261

2-CHLORO-3-NITRO­BENZENE
121-73-3

pale-yellow orthorhombic prisms from alcohol

236

46

157.6

insol

1.534

1-CHLORO-4-NITRO­BENZENE
100-00-5

monoclinic prisms; yellow crystals

242

83.5

157.6

insol

1.3

5.44

@ 30 ºC

127 cc

510

2,4-DICHLORO-1-NI­TROBENZENE
611-06-3

258.5

34

192.00

insol

@ 80 ºC

1,2-DICHLORO-4-NI­TROBENZENE
99-54-7

needles from alcohol & carbon tetrachloride; liquid; solid

255.5

43

192.00

insol

@ 75 ºC/4 ºC

6.63

0.014 mm Hg

3,5-DINITRO-p-TOL­UIDINE
19406-51-0

171

197.14

2,3-DINITROTOLUENE
602-01-7

yellow crystals

250-300

63

182.1

insol

1.3

6.28

2,6-DINITROTOLUENE
606-20-2

rhombic needles from alcohol; yellow to red solid

285

66

182.1

@ 111 ºC

6.28

5.67x
10- 4 mm Hg

207 cc

3,4-DINITROTOLUENE
610-39-9

crystals or needles

250-300

58

182.1

insol

1.26

6.28

>110

DINITROBENZENE
25154-54-5

pale yellow solid; white crystalline solid

300

75-85

168

insol

1.6

5.8

<0.1

150

1,3-DINITROBENZENE
99-65-0

yellowish crystals; rhombohedral plates from alcohol; pale yellow solid

300-303

90

168.1

sl sol

@ 18 ºC/4 ºC

5.8

<0.1

149

o-DINITROBENZENE
528-29-0

colourless or yellow crystals, needles or plates; needles from benzene, plates; white crystals;pale yellow solid

319

118

168.1

insol

1.3119  120

5.79

<0.1

150 cc

p-DINITROBENZENE
100-25-4

white crystals; needles from alc; colourless to yellow monoclinic needles; pale yellow solid; yellow crystals

299

174

168.1

insol

@ 18 ºC/4 ºC

5.8

<0.1

150

3,5-DINITROBENZOYL CHLORIDE
99-33-2

196

74

230.56

1,5-DINITRONAPH­TALENE
605-71-0

219

218.16

insol

2,3-DINITROPHENOL
66-56-8

144.5

184.10

sl sol

1.681

2,4-DINITROPHENOL
51-28-5

yellowish to yellow orthorhombic crystals

112-114

184.1

sl sol

@ 24 ºC

6.35

@ 25 ºC

DINITROTOLUENE
25321-14-6

oily liquid

250-300

54-93

182.14

insol

1.3

6.28

0.13

207 cc

2,4-DINITROTOLUENE
121-14-2

crystals or oily liquid

300

71

182.1

insol

@ 71 ºC

6.27

@ 103 ºC

207 oc

2,5-DINITROTOLU­ENE
619-15-8

52.5

182.13

@ 111

1-FLUORO-2,4-DINI­TROBENZENE
70-34-8

pale yellow crystals from alcohol

296

25.8

186.10

@ 84 ºC

2-METHYL-1-NITRO­ANTHRAQUINONE
129-15-7

pale-yellow needles

270.5

267.2

insol

N-METHYL-N-NITRO­SOANILINE
614-00-6

225

14.7

136.15

insol

1.1240

5-NITROACENAPH­THENE
602-87-9

103.5

199.2

sol

NITROBENZENE
98-95-3

greenish-yellow crystals or yellow, oily liquid

210.8

5.7

123.11

sl sol

1.2037

4.3

20 Pa

1.8 ll
40 ul

88 cc

480

4-NITRODIPHENYL
92-93-3

yellow needles; white needles

340

114

199.2

insol

NITROFEN
1836-75-5

white solid; crystals; crystalline solid; yellow crystalline solid; free-flowing solid, dark brown color

@ 0.25 mm Hg

70-71

284.10

insol

@ 90 ºC

@ 40 ºC

5-NITRO-o-ANISIDINE
99-59-2

orange-red needles from alc, ether, water

118

168.2

sol

@ 156 ºC

@ 25 ºC

1-NITRONAPHTHALENE
86-57-7

yellow crystals

304

61.5

173.2

insol

1.332

@ 25 ºC

164 cc

2-NITRONAPHTHALENE
581-89-5

312.5

79

173.16

insol

o-NITROPHENOL
88-75-5

light yellow needles or prisms; monoclinic

216

44.8

139.1

sl sol

@ 14 ºC

@ 49.3 ºC

m-NITROPHENOL
554-84-7

monoclinic prisms from ether & dilute hydrochloric acid; colourless to yellow monoclinic form

@ 70 mm Hg

97

139.1

sl sol

@ 100 ºC/4 ºC

0.75 torr

p-NITROPHENOL
100-02-7

colourless to slightly yellow crystals;yellow monoclinic prisms from toluene; yellow to brown solid

279

113.8

139.1

sl sol

1.270

4.8

0.0032 Pa

169

4-NITROPHENYLBEN­ZANAMINE
836-30-6

yellow needles or tablets from carbon tetrachloride

@ 30 mm Hg

133.5

214.23

insol

7.4

2-NITRO-p-PHENYL­ENEDIAMINE
5307-14-2

almost black needles with dark-green luster

137

153.1

sol

p-NITROSODIPHEN­YLAMINE
156-10-5

green plates with bluish luster (from benzene) or steel-blue prisms or plates (from ether water); yellow liquid plates; greenish crystals

143

198.2

sl sol

m-NITROTOLUENE
99-08-1

yellow liquid

232

15.5

137.1

insol

1.1581

4.73

@ 25 ºC

106

o-NITROTOLUENE
88-72-2

yellowish liquid

222

-10

137.13

insol

1.1629

4.73

@ 50 ºC

2.2 ll
? ul

106 cc

p-NITROTOLUENE
99-99-0

yellowish crystals; colourless rhombic needles; orthorhombic crystals from alcohol & ether

238.3

53-54

137.1

insol

@ 75 /4 ºC

4.72

@ 65 ºC

106

PICRIC ACID
88-89-1

yellow crystals

300

122.5

229.1

sl sol

1.763

7.90

< 1 torr

150

300

TETRYL
479-45-8

colourless to yellow, solid; monoclinic crystals; yellow prisms from alcohol

187

131.5

287.15

insol

1.57

<0.1 Pa

187

2,4,7-TRINITRO­FLUOREN-9-ONE
129-79-3

pale yellow needles from acetic acid or benzene

176

315.19

sl sol

2,4,6-TRINITROTOLUENE
118-96-7

monoclinic rhombohedra; commercial crystals (needles) are yellow; colourless or light yellow solid in form of crystals, flakes, pellets, cast blocks & cast slabs; crushed flake

240

80.1

227.13

insol

1.654

7.85

<0.1 Pa

 

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