N-Hexane / CAS 110-54-3
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Sulfur content: < 1 ppm
Benzene: < 10 ppm
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: through experiments
N-hexane is an organic compound with the molecular formula c6h14, which belongs to straight chain saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons, obtained from crude oil cleavage and fractionation, and is a colorless liquid with a faint special odor. It is volatile, practically insoluble in water, and freely soluble in chloroform, diethyl ether, and ethanol. They are mainly used as solvents, such as vegetable oil extraction solvents, propylene polymerization solvents, rubber and coating solvents, and pigment diluents. It is used in the extraction of various edible oils and fats such as soybeans, rice bran, cotton seeds, and oils in the Xiangxin mixture. In addition, n-hexane isomerization is one of the important processes for producing the harmonic components of gasoline with high octane values.
Organic Chemical Materials > Hydrocarbons