|Product Code||Product Name||Packaging||Form||Storage Temperature|
|401765-2L||Benzene||2 L||Liquid||Ambient temperature|
Benzene Anhydrous, 99.8% – Sigma-Aldrich
CAS Number: 71-43-2
Empirical Formula: C6H6
Molecular Weight: 78.11
Benzene is a six-membered aromatic compound that can undergo ionization induced by superhalogens, according to ab initio calculations. This compound is a frequently used industrial solvent but is also considered an air pollutant and a powerful carcinogen.
Benzene may be used in the formation of phenyl acetate by aerobic oxidation using Pd catalyst and acetic acid as solvent, formation of phenol by hydroxylation in the presence of mesoporous carbon nitride supported on vanadium catalyst and as a solvent to prepare nanoparticles of gallium nitride (GaN) by reacting Li3N and GaCl3 at 280°C.