Picric acid 99.8% AR [88-89-1] Picric acid and its metal salts are used as explosives. It is also used to make matches; electric batteries, colored glass; in copper etching; and for dyeing textiles. Explosives, matches; in the leather industry; electric batteries; copper etching; colored glass production; textile mortars; also as a reagent.
Melting point: 122-123 ° C (dried material, Lit. Merck Index, 12th edition) (lit.)
Boiling point: 300 ℃
Density: 1.00 g / ml at 20 ° C
vapor density: 7.9 (compared to air)
vapor pressure: 1 mm Hg (195 ° C)
refractive index: 1.7630 (estimate)
Flash point: 150 ℃
PH range: 0.2 (colorless) -1 (yellow)
explosion limit: 0.01%
λmax: 354 nm
Merck: 13 7492
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Priority rules to be observed in connection with the labeling of a substance:
– the skull and crossbones, the exclamation mark pictogram should not be added.
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Source: GHS pictograms