Cyclohexane 99% Lab Grade

Extensively Used In The Manufacture Of Nylon

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About Cyclohexane 99% Lab Grade

Cyclohexane is an alicyclic alkane that contains six carbon atoms in its structure. It is a volatile, colorless liquid with a petroleum-like odor at room temperature. It is among the key raw materials used for the production of nylon, a useful thermoplastic polymer. It is extensively utilized in many process industries as an intermediate chemical for the production of other organic compounds.

Common Uses and Applications

  • Insecticide
  • Chemical reagent
  • Paint remover
  • Nylon manufacture
  • As a plasticizer


  • Chemical Industry
  • Nylon Production
  • Rubber Production

Chemistry Table

Hexamethylene, Hexahydrobenzene, Hexanaphthene, Cyclohexan, Cykloheksan, Cicloesano, Cyclohexaan, Benzene, hexahydro-Benzenehexahydride, Polycyclohexane, hexahydro-Benzene
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Cyclohexane 99% Lab Grade Specifications

Assay Min 99.0%
Appearance Clear
Color(APHA) 10
Residue After Evaporation 0.002%
Substances Darkened by Sulfuric Acid To Pass Test
Water 0.02%

Safety and Shipping Information

DOT: Cyclohexane, 3, UN1145, PG II, Hazmat

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