phenol


phenol
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📖Houben-Weyl, 2. Band (Phenol); p. 140, 347, 395, 399, 410, 423, 583, 587, 607, 667, 672, 686, 716, 725, 905, 984, 552652
MeSH:Anti-Infective Agents; Disinfectants; Pharmaceutical Solutions; Sclerosing Solutions
CAS:[108-95-2]
Formula:C6H6O; 94.11 g/mol
InChiKey:ISWSIDIOOBJBQZ-UHFFFAOYSA-N
SMILES:Oc1ccccc1
Molecular structure of phenol
Density:1.058 g/mL
Molar volume:89.0 mL/mol
Refractive index:1.542
Molecular refractive power:28.00 mL/mol
Dielectric constant:10.00
Dipole moment:1.55 D
Melting point:43 °C
Boiling point:181 °C
Vapour pressure:1 Torr
Antoine equation
P(Torr) vs T(°C)
Vapour pressure vs temperature
Surface tension:36.50 dyn/cm
Viscosity:4.30 cP
Critical temperature:421 °C
Critical pressure:60.5 atm
Solubility in water:8 % w/w
Solubility of water:29 % w/w
Log10 partition water / activated carbon:4.00
Log10 partition octanol / water:1.47
Dimroth ET:53.4
Hildebrant solubility parameter (δ):11.3
Hansen solubility parameter:δd: 8.8 (cal/ml)^0.5   δp: 2.9 (cal/ml)^0.5   δh: 7.3 (cal/ml)^0.5
100g dissolves:
27.9g water;    14.9g 2-methylbutane
1g dissolves in:
6.54g octane;    11.05g water;    12.00g benzene;    21.28g 2-methylbutane
Specific heat capacity:52.0 cal/molK
Latent heat of fusion:2,750 cal/mol

Isomers

2-ethenylfuran
Molecular structure of 2-ethenylfuran
oxepine
Molecular structure of oxepine
phenol
Molecular structure of phenol
propargyl ether
Molecular structure of propargyl ether