Benzene

Brand: Russia
Product: Benzene
Specification: Toluene 200 ppm (weight) , Non Aromatics 1000 ppm (weight) , Solidification Point 5.45 oC , Acid Wash Color 1 , Thiophene Content 1 ppm (weight) , Bromine Index 15 , Total Sulphur 1 ppm (weight) , Distillation Range 1 oC , Specific Gravity 0.883 - 0.886, Non Volatile Matter - 0.0012 g/100 ml , Purity 99.9 % wt , Color 20
Quantity: 180000 mt
Delivery term: CIF aswp
Offer Date: 2023-06-26
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Benzene
Toluene 200 ppm (weight) , Non Aromatics 1000 ppm (weight) , Solidification Point 5.45 oC , Acid Wash Color 1 , Thiophene Content 1 ppm (weight) , Bromine Index 15 , Total Sulphur 1 ppm (weight) , Distillation Range 1 oC , Specific Gravity 0.883 - 0.886, Non Volatile Matter - 0.0012 g/100 ml , Purity 99.9 % wt , Color 20
benzene is basic ingridient for producing many products like phenol, toluene, and aniline and Aromatic hydrocarbons and Alkylbenzenes
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Benzene Origin Russia Terms for supply of Benzene from Russia: Product: Benzene Origin: Russia specification of Benzene: as attached sheet, buyer also can offer their specific request Delivery term: FOB or CIF/CFR Type of contract: Term and 12 months contract not spot Duration of contract: 12 months Volume: 10KT-15KT per month Pricing: To be discussed against last BL or BCL and business card and loi Payment Terms: by at sight LC/SBLC against shipping documents Procedure: The buyer presents last BL or BCL and business card and loi OPAP offers and updates price and capacity The buyer confirm terms and sign NCNDA The Seller issue PI or draft of contract From Wikipedia: Benzene derivatives Main articles: Aromatic hydrocarbons and Alkylbenzenes Many important chemical compounds are derived from benzene by replacing one or more of its hydrogen atoms with another functional group. Examples of simple benzene derivatives are phenol, toluene, and aniline, abbreviated PhOH, PhMe, and PhNH2, respectively. Linking benzene rings gives biphenyl, C6H5–C6H5. Further loss of hydrogen gives "fused" aromatic hydrocarbons, such as naphthalene, anthracene, phenanthrene, and pyrene. The limit of the fusion process is the hydrogen-free allotrope of carbon, graphite. In heterocycles, carbon atoms in the benzene ring are replaced with other elements. The most important variations contain nitrogen. Replacing one CH with N gives the compound pyridine, C5H5N. Although benzene and pyridine are structurally related, benzene cannot be converted into pyridine. Replacement of a second CH bond with N gives, depending on the location of the second N, pyridazine, pyrimidine, or pyrazine.

Toluene 200 ppm (weight)
Non Aromatics 1000 ppm (weight)
Solidification Point 5.45 oC
Acid Wash Color 1
Thiophene Content 1 ppm (weight)
Bromine Index 15
Total Sulphur 1 ppm (weight)
Distillation Range 1 oC
Specific Gravity 0.883 - 0.886
Non Volatile Matter - 0.0012 g/100 ml
Purity 99.9 % wt
Color 20

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