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1. Anthracene, also called paranaphthalene or green oil, a solid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) consisting of three benzene rings derived from coal-tar, is the simplest tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon
Anthracene, Also, Aromatic
2. Anthracene is a solid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) consisting of three fused benzene rings
3. Anthracene is used in the production of the red dye alizarin and other dyes.
Anthracene, Alizarin, And
4. Anthracene is one of the smaller polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons
5. Anthracene can be synthesized by the Elbs reaction, in which o-tolyl phenyl ketone is dehydrated at 400–450 ºC
6. Anthracene, a tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon found in coal tar and used as a starting material for the manufacture of dyestuffs and in scintillation counters
Anthracene, Aromatic, And, As
7. Crude Anthracene crystallizes from a high-boiling coal-tar fraction
8. Anthracene is included in this fact sheet when available
9. What is Anthracene used for? Most of the PAHs are used to conduct research
10. Like most PAHs, Anthracene is used to make dyes, plastics and pesticides
11. Anthracene is an organic semiconductor
12. Anthracene is used as a scintillator for detectors of high energy photons, electrons and alpha particles
Anthracene, As, And, Alpha
13. Plastics such as polyvinyltolulene can be doped with Anthracene to produce a plastic scintillator that is approximately water equivalent for use in radiation therapy dosimetry.
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14. Anthracene has been shown to be soluble in a variety of binary and ternary mixtures of cyclohexanone, ethyl acetate, and methanol
Anthracene, And, Acetate
15. Anthracene, a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, is an important moiety in supramolecular chemistry due to its size and shape and photophysical properties
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16. Anthracene has two molecules in the unit cell, and according to the Davydov theory in dipole approximation, the splitting between the two components, corresponding to the two values of i in (3.1), is proportional to M2, where M is the molecular transition dipole moment.
Anthracene, And, According, Approximation
17. Structure, properties, spectra, suppliers and links for: Anthracene, 120-12-7.
18. Anthracene 120-12-7 X -204-371-1X X XXKE-01825 U.S
19. Federal Regulations SARA 313 Component CAS-No Weight % SARA 313 - Threshold Values % Anthracene 120-12-7 >95 1.0 0.1 SARA 311/312 Hazard CategoriesSee section 2 for more information CWA (Clean Water Act) Component CWA - Hazardous Substances CWA - Reportable Quantities
20. Anthracene-D10-Other names: Anthracin; Green Oil; Paranaphthalene; Tetra Olive N2G; Anthracene oil; p-Naphthalene; Anthracen; Coal tar pitch volatiles:Anthracene; Sterilite hop defoliant Permanent link for this species
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21. Toxicity Profiles RAGs A Format for Anthracene - CAS Number 120127
22. Anthracene, also referred to as paranaphthalene or green oil, is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH)
Anthracene, Also, As, Aromatic
23. Anthracene is derived from coal tar and is primarily used as an intermediate in the production of dyes.
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24. Anthracene is insoluble in water but is quite soluble in carbon disulfide and somewhat soluble in ethanol, methanol, benzene, chloroform, and other organic solvents
25. This optical absorption measurement of Anthracene were made by R.-C
26. Anthracene has been shown to be soluble in a variety of binary and ternary mixtures of cyclohexanone, ethyl acetate, and methanol 1,2
Anthracene, And, Acetate
27. Uses Anthracene is an aromatic hydrocarbonwith three fused rings, and is obtained by the distillationof crude oils
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28. Geometry and electronic structure of mono- and di-anions of 9, 10-dihydroAnthracene and its derivatives in tetrahydrofuran
29. Anthracene is an aromatic hydrocarbon with the formula C 14 H 10
Anthracene, An, Aromatic
30. Anthracene photodimer C28H20 CID 137122 - structure, chemical names, physical and chemical properties, classification, patents, literature, biological activities
Anthracene, And, Activities
31. Anthracene with Maleic Anhydride The Diels-Alder reaction is a member of a class of reactions called cycloadditions
Anthracene, Anhydride, Alder
32. Anthracene has been shown to be soluble in a variety of binary and ternary mixtures of cyclohexanone, ethyl acetate, and methanol 1,2
Anthracene, And, Acetate
33. Uses: Anthracene is an aromatic hydrocarbonwith three fused rings, and is obtained by the distillationof crude oils
Anthracene, An, Aromatic, And
34. The experiment involves the photochemical dimerization of Anthracene, characterization of the product by UV, IR and NMR spectroscopy, and thermolysis of the dimer.
35. Anthracene definition is - a crystalline tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon C14H10 obtained from coal-tar distillation.
36. This IRIS assessment for Anthracene consists of hazard identification and dose-response assessment data and provides support for EPA risk management decisions
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37. Contact Us; Anthracene CASRN 120-12-7 DTXSID0023878
38. What does Anthracene mean? A crystalline aromatic hydrocarbon, C14 H10 , extracted from coal tar and used in the manufacture of dyes and organic ch
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39. This material contains Anthracene (CAS# 120-12-7, 100%),which is subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of SARA Title III and 40 CFR Part 373
40. Anthraquinone, the most important quinone derivative of Anthracene and the parent substance of a large class of dyes and pigments
Anthraquinone, Anthracene, And
41. It is prepared commercially by oxidation of Anthracene or condensation of benzene and phthalic anhydride, followed by dehydration of the condensation product
Anthracene, And, Anhydride
42. Benz[a]Anthracene produced positive results in an assay for mutations in Drosophila melongaster (Fahmy and Fahmy, 1973)
Anthracene, An, Assay, And
43. Anthracene definition, a colorless, crystalline powder, C14H12, obtained from coal tar and having a violet fluorescence: used chiefly as a source of anthraquinone and alizarin, and in the process of measuring radioactive materials
Anthracene, And, As, Anthraquinone, Alizarin
44. The key difference between Anthracene and phenanthrene is that Anthracene is less stable compared to phenanthrene.
45. Anthracene and phenanthrene are structural isomers.They have the same chemical formula, but the structure of the molecule differs from each other
Anthracene, And, Are
46. ‘In animal studies, application of Anthracene to the backs of hairless mice, followed by ultraviolet radiation exposure, resulted in enhanced dermal inflammation, compared with ultraviolet radiation alone.’ ‘A positive trend was also found between the level of Anthracene in the soil and the prevalence of reported rashes.’
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47. Chemsrc provides Anthracene(CAS#:120-12-7) MSDS, density, melting point, boiling point, structure, formula, molecular weight etc
48. Articles of Anthracene are included as well.
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49. Anthracene (ăn´thrəsēn), C14H10, solid organic compound derived from coal tar 
50. Anthracene, 99%, ACROS Organics™ Structure Search; Print SDS
51. Anthracene, 99%, ACROS Organics™ Click to view available options Quantity: 5g 100g 500g 2.5kg 10kg
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52. Anthracene is a colorless to pale yellow, sand-like material with a bluish fluorescence
53. REASON FOR CITATION * Anthracene is on the Hazardous Substance List because it is regulated by OSHA and cited by ACGIH, DOT, NIOSH, DEP, HHAG, NFPA and EPA
Anthracene, And, Acgih
54. アントラセン (Anthracene) は、分子式 C 14 H 10 、分子量 178.23 の有機化合物の一種で、ベンゼン環が3個縮合したアセン系多環芳香族炭化水素。 融点は 218 ℃、沸点は 342 ℃ で、昇華性がある。 CAS登録番号は [120-12-7]。1832年、ジャン＝バティスト・デュマによって発見された 。
55. Anthracene is mainly converted to anthroquinone, a precursor to dyes
56. Thus Anthracene, now approaching its centenary still provides abundant material for scientific investigation and practical application.
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57. Anthracene is a solid poly-cyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) of formula C14H10, consisting of three fused benzene rings
58. Anthracene oil, also called green oil, consists of three benzene rings derived from coal tar
59. Anthracene oil is used in the production of carbon black
60. It is also a source of phenanthrene, Anthracene and carbazole
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61. When benz[a] Anthracene was oxidised in a reaction mixture containing ascorbic acid, ferrous sulphate and EDTA, the non-K-region dihydrodiols, trans-1,2-dihydro-1,2-dihydroxybenz[a] Anthracene and trans-3,4-dihydro-3,4-dihydroxybenz[a] Anthracene together with small amounts of the 8,9- and 10,11-dihydrodiols were formed.
Anthracene, Ascorbic, Acid, And, Amounts
62. No Significant Risk Level for Benz[a]Anthracene (Oral) and 7h-Dibenzo[c,g]carbazole (Oral) May 1, 2004
63. The crude Anthracene cake is purified by treatment with the higher pyridine bases, the operation being carried out in large steam-jacketed boilers
64. The whole mass dissolves on heating, and the Anthracene crystallizes out on cooling
65. The crystallized Anthracene is then removed by a centrifugal separator and the process of solution in the
Anthracene, also called paranaphthalene or green oil, a solid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) consisting of three benzene rings derived from coal-tar, is the simplest tricyclic aromatic hydrocarbon. It is on the EPA's priority pollutant list. It is ubiquitous in the environment as a product of incomplete combustion of fossil fuels.
It is a component of coal tar. Anthracene is used in the production of the red dye alizarin and other dyes. Anthracene is colorless but exhibits a blue fluorescence under ultraviolet light.
?) Anthracene is a solid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) of formula C 14 H 10, consisting of three fused benzene rings. It is a component of coal tar. Anthracene is used in the production of the red dye alizarin and other dyes. Anthracene is colorless but exhibits a blue (400–500 nm peak) fluorescence under ultraviolet radiation.
Crude anthracene crystallizes from a high-boiling coal-tar fraction. It is purified by recrystallization and sublimation. Oxidation yields anthraquinone (q.v.), an intermediate in the production of dyes and pigments. Pure anthracene crystallizes in colourless monoclinic plates, which show a blue fluorescence.