Chemicals List 2 >> Para Anisic Acid
Para Anisic Acid
C.A.S. No. [100-09-4]
Generic Names 4-Methoxybenzoic Acid
Para Anisyl Acid
Molecular Weight 152.15
C.A.S. No. [100-09-4]
Product Group Acid
Solubility - White to off white powder
- Alcohol, Ether and hot water
Boiling Range - 183 - 185ºC
- 195 - 205ºC
Complete Purity Profile
Moisture 98.00 % min. (HPLC)
- 0.50 % max.
• Disperse dye intermediates
• Photographic chemicals
• Pharmaceuticals Intermediates
• Repellent and Ovicide
HDPE bags with liner 25 kgs. Net.
Stability and storage
Stable for upto 6 months when stored cool and dark location
Name Fast Bordeaux GP Base
Generic Name Metanitro Pera Anicidine
4-Methoxy 2 Nitro Aniline
Molecular Weight 168
C.A.S. No. 96-96-8
Assay 98.5% min.
Moisture (Sample dried at 60oC) 1.0% max.
Melting Point 123° - 124°C
Appearance Very Bright Orange Red Powder
Impurities by Chromotography 2-Methoxy-5-No2 Aniline-0.2% max.
Other impurities 0.2% max.
Residue on Diazotization Does not leave more than 0.5% residue after
2 hours diazotization
Fineness (through 40 mesh screen size opening 0.42 mm) 99.8% min.
Packing 50 kgs. in fibre drums
99.0% Min. (GC)
Description-White to off White powder
Solubility-Soluble in Alcohol, Ether
Melting range-183.5 to 184.5ºC
- 0.06% Max.
p-Anisaldehyde - 0.06% Max.
Moisture - 0.5% Max.
Fibre / Mild Steel Drums 25/50 kgs Net.
Disperse Dye Intermediates
Repellent And Ovicide
Stable for up to 6 months when stored in
full, tightly sealed containers in a cool location.
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