A volatile extremely inflammable liquid C6H6 included in the naphtha from the destructive distillation of coal where it is divided by fractional distillation The name is sometimes applied and to the impure commercial product or benzole and in addition but hardly ever to a similar blended product of petroleum
- a colorless fluid hydrocarbon; very combustible; carcinogenic; the easiest regarding the aromatic substances
- A volatile, really inflammable liquid, C6H6, found in the naphtha made by the destructive distillation of coal, from which it is divided by fractional distillation. Title might be applied and also to the impure commercial item or benzole, and, but rarely, to an identical combined item of petroleum.
A sweet smelling, highly poisonous hydrocarbon. Long-term contact with benzene may trigger anemia and leukemia. The anemia connected with benzene publicity is termed aplastic anemia. The types of leukemia related to benzene publicity are adult acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and persistent lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). It is thought that benzene induces DNA damage in hematopoietic stem cells giving rise to leukemic clones of cells.
1835, benzine, changed from German Benzin, coined in 1833 by German chemist Eilhardt Mitscherlich (1794-1863) from Benz(oes
(letter.) A volatile, really inflammable fluid, C6H6, included in the naphtha created by the destructive distillation of coal, from which its divided by fractional distillation. The name may also be used also to the impure commercial product or benzole, and in addition, but rarely, to a similar combined item of petroleum.
PHTHALIC ACIDS, or Benzene Dicarboxylic Acids, CmH 4 (CO 2 H) 2.