Other name:tar camphor
Melting point:79-83 ºC
Appearance:White or reddish, yellowish flake crystals
Availability: in stock
Applications: Chemical intermediate.
Naphthalene is a thick ring aromatic hydrocarbon and is an organic compound. Molecular formula C10H8, colorless, toxic, flaky crystals that are easily sublimated and have a special odor. Mass production from coal tar and petroleum distillation, a by-product of coking, is mainly used for the synthesis of phthalic anhydride.
Naphthalene is also named as tar camphor.It is the most important polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon in industry. The pure product is a white crystal with a scent of camphor wood, with a melting point of 80.5 °C. It is mainly used for the production of phthalic anhydride, dye intermediates, rubber Auxiliaries and insecticides.
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