m-Dinitro Technical Benzene 95% [99-65-0] m-Dinitro Benzene uses organic synthesis; dyes Definition ChEBI: dinitrobenzene, which is benzene disubstituted in positions 1 and 3 with nitro groups. General description: Yellow solid with a slight odor. It sinks in water.
Melting point: 86 ° C
Boiling point: 297 ° C (lit.)
Vapor pressure: 8.15 x 10-4 mmHg at 35 ° C (Hine et al., 1963)
Refractive index: 1.4660 (estimate)
Flash point: 150 ° C
Storage temperature: 2-8 ° C
Color: white to yellowish crystals
Specific gravity: 1.368
Solubility in water: 500 mg / L (20 ºC)
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