p-Anisidine Properties, Molecular Formula, Applications - WorldOfChemicals

p-Anisidine Properties

p-Anisidine

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Description

 

p-Anisidine is the least toxic of the three isomers of anisidine but still causes blood damages upon oral ingestion, inhalation or skin contact. If heated strongly, it may release very toxic fumes of nitrogen oxides. p-Anisidine is used as intermediaries in the production of azo-dyes and pharmaceuticals.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Grey to brown crystalline powder
Boiling Point 243 ºC
CAS Number 104-94-9
Density 1.071
EINECS Number 203-254-2
HS Code 29222200
IUPAC Name 4-Methoxyaniline
InChI 1S/C7H9NO/c1-9-7-4-2-6(8)3-5-7/h2-5H,8H2,1H3
InChIKey BHAAPTBBJKJZER-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Melting Point 57.2 ºC
Molar Mass 123.15 g/mol
Molecular Formula C7H9NO
RTECS Number BZ5450000
Refractive 1.5559
Related Compounds o-Anisidine;m-Anisidine
Solubility 21 g/l
Synonyms 4-Anisidine;p-Methoxyaniline;p-Dianisidine;p-Anisylamine;p-Aminoanisole;Benzenamine, 4-Methoxy-;Anisole, p-Amino-;Aniline, p-Methoxy-;4-Methoxybenzeneamine;4-Methoxyaniline;4-Methoxy-1-Aminobenzene;4-Aminoanisole;1-Amino-4-Methoxybenzene;p-Methoxyphenylamine;Benzenamine, 4-Methoxy -
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