Phenol


Phenol also called as carbolic acid, is a weak acidic aromatic organic compound with molecular formula C6H5OH, and is soluble in ethanol, ether and somewhat soluble in water.

Grades Usage Packing CAS Reg. No.
A) Molten Phenol (other nomenclature are M. Phenol, C. Phenol, Crystal Phenol, Virgin Phenol) B) Hydrated Phenol (other nomenclature is H. Phenol) Phenol is mainly used in Plywood & Laminates, Agro, Pharma, Perfumery derivatives, industrial sectors as molding component and in many areas of phenolic resins. The other important use of phenol is as a feedstock for phenol, bisphenol A and caprolactam (an intermediate in the production of nylon-6). It is used in the preparation of resins, dyes, explosives, lubricants, pesticides and plastics. It is also used as an organic solvent to dissolve other alcohols, chloroform and ether. Tanker Load, Drum 108-95-2

CAS Reg. No.: 108-95-2


Grades


A) Molten Phenol (other nomenclature are M. Phenol, C. Phenol, Crystal Phenol, Virgin Phenol) B) Hydrated Phenol (other nomenclature is H. Phenol)

Usage


Phenol is mainly used in Plywood & Laminates, Agro, Pharma, Perfumery derivatives, industrial sectors as molding component and in many areas of phenolic resins. The other important use of phenol is as a feedstock for phenol, bisphenol A and caprolactam (an intermediate in the production of nylon-6). It is used in the preparation of resins, dyes, explosives, lubricants, pesticides and plastics. It is also used as an organic solvent to dissolve other alcohols, chloroform and ether.

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