Nitrophenol, p-

Nitrophenol, p- (C6H5NO3) is a toxic, light yellow, crystalline solid; a chemical intermediate in the synthesis of paracetamol. Because it is flammable, we recommend a safe chemical storage building that meets specific regulations for storing Nitrophenol, p-. Please review our fire rated products: View All Chemical Storage Products

Nitrophenol, p- Storing Details

  • Flammable Details:
  • Storage Details: Keep separated from incompatible substances, such as oxidizers. Store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards. Store in compliant, approved flammables storage buildings, separated from oxidizers and sources of ignition.
  • Compatible Details:
  • Description: 4-Nitrophenol (also called p-nitrophenol or 4-hydroxynitrobenzene) is a phenolic compound that has a nitro group at the opposite position of hydroxy group on the benzene ring.
  • Classification: CLASS 6.1
  • Brand Name: n/a

Nitrophenol, p- Properties

Formula Density Boiling Point; IUPAC ID Molar Mass Soluble In Melting Point
C6H5NO3 1.27 g/cm3 279°C, 552 K, 534°F 4-Nitrophenol 139.11 g/mol Water 113_114°C




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