CAS number: 123-31-9
RTECS number: MX3500000
ATC code: D11AX11
Flash point: 165 ° C
Molecular formula: C6H6O2
Molar mass: 110.11 g mol-1
Appearance: White solid
Density: 1.3 g cm-3, solid
Melting point: 172 ° C, 445 K, 342 ° C
Boiling point: 287 ° C, 560 K, 549 ° F
Solubility in water: 5.9 g / 100 mL (15 ° C)
R-phrases: R22 R40 R41 R43 R50 R68
S-phrases: (S2) S26 S36 / 37/39 S61
Other names: Benzene-1,4-diol, Kuinol
Chemical formula C6H6O2 is a chemical substance on the film which reduces the highly irradiated silver ions to metallic silver. However, an alternative search for side effects is still ongoing.
Production and Reactions
Manganese dioxide can be obtained by the reduction of iron by the reduction of iron after interaction with aniline in the sulfuric acid medium by the double benzoquinone. This can be achieved schematically. Hydroquinone may be converted to the corresponding catalyst under heat and conditions of 1,4 benzocaine.
It is an active substance used in creams that cause skin color in this sector. Because of the side effects of hydroquinone such as skin irritation, cytotoxicity and exogenous ochronosis, it has been possible to develop alternative colorants.
It is used in the photography sector in radiography and filmmaking.
It is used as a barrier to polymerization in bone cement due to heat and light.
It is used as a small additive to prevent homopolymerization to all monomers in the liquid phase.
It is used as an antioxidant in tire industry.