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CAS No 110-02-1 , thiophene

  • Name: thiophene
  • Synonyms: Thiofurfuran; Thiaphene;THIOPHENE; Divinylene sulfide; Thiotetrole; Thiole; Thiacyclopentadiene; Thiophen; Thiofuran; 110-02-1;thiophene;
  • CAS Registry Number:
  • Transport: UN 2414
  • Melting Point: -38 ºC
  • Flash Point: -9 ºC
  • Boiling Point: 84 ºC
  • Density: 1.051
  • Refractive index: 1.527-1.529
  • Safety Statements: R11;R20/22;R36;R52/53
  • Hazard Symbols: Xn: Harmful;F: Flammable;
  • HS Code: 29349990
  • Flash Point: -9 ºC
  • EINECS: 203-729-4
  • Molecular Weight: 84.13956
  • InchiKey: YTPLMLYBLZKORZ-UHFFFAOYSA-N
  • InChI: InChI=1S/C4H4S/c1-2-4-5-3-1/h1-4H
  • Risk Statements: S16;S36/37/39;S61
  • Molecular Formula: C4H4S
  • Molecular Structure:CAS No:110-02-1 thiophene
References of thiophene
Title: Thiophene
CAS Registry Number: 110-02-1
Synonyms: Thiofuran; thiofurfuran; thiole; thiotetrole; divinylene sulfide
Molecular Formula: C4H4S
Molecular Weight: 84.14
Percent Composition: C 57.10%, H 4.79%, S 38.11%
Literature References: Found in coal tar, in coal gas, and in technical benzene: V. Meyer, Ber. 16, 1471 (1883); 17, 2642 (1884). Made available in commercial quantities by a process utilizing the dehydrogenation of butane with sulfur as the dehydrogenating agent, followed by cyclization with sulfur to form the thiophene ring: Rasmussen, Ray, Chem. Inds. 60, 593, 620 (1947). Laboratory prepn by heating sodium succinate with phosphorus trisulfide: R. Phillips, Org. Synth. coll. vol. II, 578 (1943). Also prepd by passing ethylene or acetylene into boiling sulfur; or by passing acetylene and hydrogen sulfide over hot bauxite or nickel hydroxide: US 1421743 C.A. 16, 3093 (1922). Review: B. Buchholz in Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology vol. 22 (Wiley-Interscience, New York, 3rd ed., 1983) pp 965-973.
Properties: Liquid. Slight aromatic odor resembling that of benzene. d40 1.0873; d425 1.0573; d450 1.0285. mp -38.3°. bp760 84.4°; bp400 64.7°; bp200 46.5°; bp100 30.5°; bp60 20.1°; bp40 12.5°; bp20 0.0°; bp10 -10.9°; bp5 -20.8°; nD25 1.52684. Absorption spectrum: Purvis, J. Chem. Soc. 97, 1653, 1656 (1910). Insol in water; miscible with most organic solvents. May be heated to 850° without decompn.
Melting point: mp -38.3°
Boiling point: bp760 84.4°; bp400 64.7°; bp200 46.5°; bp100 30.5°; bp60 20.1°; bp40 12.5°; bp20 0.0°; bp10 -10.9°; bp5 -20.8°
Index of refraction: nD25 1.52684
Density: d40 1.0873; d425 1.0573; d450 1.0285
Use: Solvent similar to benzene, but suitable for lower and higher temps; manuf of resins from thiophene-phenol mixtures and formaldehyde; manuf of dyes and pharmaceuticals.