ACETANILIDE

GRADES: EXTRA PURE/ LR / AR

Acetanilide [5] is an odourless solid chemical of leaf or flake-like appearance. It is also known as N-phenylacetamide, acetanile, or acetanilide, and was formerly known by the trade name Antifebrin.

Molar mass: 135.17 g/mol

ACETANILIDE
Odour Odourless
Density 1.219 g/cm3
Melting point 114.3 °C (237.7 °F; 387.4 K)
Boiling point 304 °C (579 °F; 577 K)
Solubility in water <0.56 g/100 ml (25 °C)
Solubility Soluble in ethanol, diethyl ether,acetone, benzene
Log P 1.16 (23 °C)
Vapour pressure 2 Pa (20 °C)
Dipole moment 2.71

APPEARANCE: WHITE FLAKES

USES / APPLICATIONS:

An inhibitor of hydrogen peroxide decomposition, to stabilize cellulose ester varnishes, in the intermediation in rubber accelerator synthesis, dyes and dye intermediate synthesis, and camphor synthesis.

PROPERTIES:

Acetanilide is slightly soluble in water, and stable under most conditions. Pure crystals are plate shaped and colourless to white.

PACKAGING:

Local – 25kg HDPE Bag with Airtight inside polylinner
Export- 25 kg fibre drums

SPECIFICATION – ACETANILIDE
SR NO. TEST EXTRA PURE / LR
1. Product ACETANILIDE  FLAKES
2. Chemical Name ACETYL AMINO BENZENE
3. Molecular Weight 135.16
4. Appearance WHITE POWDER OR FLAKES
5. Description WHITE SHINING CRYSTALLINE POWDER
6. Melting Point 114-116 °C
7. Content NOT LESS THAN 99%
SR NO. TEST AR / GR
1. Product ACETANILIDE  FLAKES
2. Chemical Name ACETYL AMINO BENZENE
3. Molecular Weight 135.16
4. Appearance WHITE POWDER OR FLAKES
5. Description WHITE SHINING CRYSTALLINE POWDER
6. Melting Point 114-116 °C
7. Content 99.5% MINIMUM
8. Free Acetic Acid 0.5% MAX