UN 2572; 4-15-00-00050 (Beilstein Handbook Reference); Hydrazine, phenyl-; Fenilidrazina [Italian]; HSDB 1117; UNII-064F424C9K; Hydrazinobenzene; Phenylhydrazin [German]; AI3-15399; Hydrazine, phenyl; Phenyldiazane; UN2572; EINECS 202-873-5; Superlist Names Hydrazine, phenyl-; hydrazine,phenyl-; Fenylhydrazine; EC 202-873-5; 1-Phenylhydrazine; phenyl-hydrazin; CCRIS 511; Phenylhydrazine [UN2572] [Poison]; Hydrazine-benzene; Fenylhydrazine [Dutch]; Phenylhydrazine and its salts; Fenilidrazina; Phenylhydrazin; Phenylhydrazine; Monophenylhydrazine; Hydrazobenzene; BRN 0606080
6.1 Toxic Substances
0.026 mm Hg
19.6 ° C
PKA DISSOCIATION CONSTANT
ATMOSPHERIC OH RATE CONSTANT
LOG P (OCTANOL-WATER)
243.5 ° C
HENRY'S LAW CONSTANT
Stable, but may decompose in sunlight. May be air or light sensitive. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, metal oxides.
Store at room temperature.
Air & Light Sensitive
1.099 g/mL at 25 °C
Soluble in dilute acids.
145 g/L (20 ºC)
<0.1 mm Hg ( 20 °C)
Phenylhydrazine uses and applications include: Reducing agent; intermediate; chemical reagent; reagent for sugars, aldehydes, ketones; in organic synthesis; manufacturing of dyes; manufacturing of drugs; manufacturing of antipyrine; manufacturing of nitron (a stabilizer for explosives) Suggested storage of Phenylhydrazine: Air- and light-sensitive; keep well closed and protected from light
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