Toluene, Technical Grade, Liquid, 399 lb Drum

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Drum  (399 lbs)

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Toluene is a liquid aromatic hydrocarbon that is colorless with a sweet, pungent odor. Although it is immiscible with water, it is miscible with a variety of solvents including ethanol, benzene, diethyl ether, acetone, carbon disulfide and glacial acetic acid. It is a mono-substituted benzene derivative and considered an aromatic hydrocarbon. Toluene is predominantly used as a refinery feedstock, industrial solvent, and as an additive for gasoline.
Product No. 20052
Supplier Univar Solutions
CAS Number 108-88-3
Synonyms Toluol; Methylbenzene; Toluol methyl; Toluol anti static
Applications Refinery feedstock; Industrial solvent; Fuel additive; Diluent
Characteristics Appearances - Clear Colorless Liquid Odor - Sweet Aromatic Odor Solubilities - Insoluble in Water Specific Gravity - 0.866 Pounds Per Gallon - 7.2198 Evaporation Rate - 250 (n-Butyl Acetate = 100) FlashPoint - 39.0F (3.9C) Boiling Point Min - 232.0F (111.1C) KB Value - 105 Aniline Point - 48.2F (9.0C) Freeze Point - -139.0F (-95.0C) HAP
Benefits
  • Miscibility in various other solvents; Widely used in laboratory tests and processes; Strongest solvent power of commercially available aromatic solvents

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Product Details

Grade
Technical
Form
Liquid
Prohibited Uses
For intended use only
Appearance
liquid
Auto Ignition Temperature
480 - 536 °C (896 - 997 °F)
Boiling Point
109 - 111 °C (228 - 232 °F)
California Prop 65
WARNING! This product can expose you to chemicals including **Benzene, **Cumene, **Naphthalene, **Ethylbenzene, which is/are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and **Benzene,
Color
Clear, Colorless
Density
0.87 g/cm3 @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F)
Evaporation Rate
< 2
Flash Point
4 - 5 °C (39 - 41 °F)
Kinematic Viscosity
< 3 mm2/s @ 20 °C (68 °F)
Lower Explosion Limit
1.1 %(V)
Melting Point
-95 °C (-139 °F)
Odor
pungent, characteristic, sweet
Odor Threshold
2.9 ppm
Relative Density
0.867 - 0.88 @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F) Reference Material: (water = 1)
Relative Vapor Density
< 3.14 @ 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77 °F)
Solubility in Water
slightly soluble
Upper Explosion Limit
7.1 %(V)
Vapor Pressure
< 24 mmHg @ 20 °C (68 °F)

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