thiophene cas 110-02-1

ThiopheneQuick Details

Chemical Name:Thiophene

CAS: 110-02-1

Chemical formula:C4H4S

Molecular weight:84.14

Molecule structure:Thiophene structure

Appearance:Colorless transparent liquid

Purity: ≥99.9%

Description

ThiopheneTypical Properties

Item Specifications
Character Colorless transparent liquid
Purity WT PCT(G.C.) ≥99.9%
Moisture ≤0.1 %

Thiophene Usage

It is also used in the synthesis of cephalosporin and so on. It is also used in the production of dyes, synthetic resins, solvents, etc.

It is used for the preparation of drugs and dyes.

It is used in pharmaceuticals and plasticizers, etc. Thiophene is an important organic chemical raw material, which has a wide range of uses. It is mainly used in dyes, medicine and resins. The synthesis of a new broad-spectrum antibiotic pioneering mycin is an important pharmaceutical and chemical auxiliaries, can also be used in color film production and special photography, synthesis of a complex reagent for the extraction and separation of uranium and other metals.

Uses as raw materials and plasticizers for pharmaceutical, dyestuff and plastics industries.

It is mainly used as the intermediate of pharmaceutical industry for the preparation of thiazide, pyrimidine and other drugs. It is also used as raw material for synthetic resin and dyestuff industry. It is also used as an organic solvent. As a chemical reagent, used as a standard reagent for chromatographic analysis.

Used as a solvent, chromatographic analysis standard material, and for organic synthesis, resin, dyes and drugs.

  1. Chemical Intermediates: Thiophene, with CAS number 110-02-1, is widely used as a chemical intermediate in the synthesis of various organic compounds. It serves as a building block in the production of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and specialty chemicals.
  2. Polymer Industry: This compound finds applications in the polymer industry. Thiophene is used in the synthesis of polythiophenes, which are conducting polymers with applications in electronic devices such as organic solar cells and light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
  3. Solvent: Thiophene is employed as a solvent in various chemical processes. Its unique properties make it suitable for use in certain reactions and extractions in laboratories and industrial settings.
  4. Flavor and Fragrance Industry: In the flavor and fragrance industry, thiophene is utilized as a component in the synthesis of certain aroma compounds. It contributes to the creation of specific scents and flavors.

ThiophenePackaging

Plastic Drum, Net weight: 200kgper drum

ThiopheneStorage

Storage conditions: To be stored in Cool, dry and ventilated location and protected from light. Shelf life:Two year with proper storage.

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