Toluene

The non-systematic name for methylbenzene, like so:
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toluene

[n] - a colorless flammable liquid obtained from petroleum or coal tar
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Toluene

Type of solvent, used in solvent abuse.
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Toluene

Used as a solvent and as an intermediate for its derivatives. Symbol C7H8 Also known as Methylbenzene, Toluol
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toluene

(also Known As Xylene, See Petroleum Distillates, Organic Solvents) Highly toxic petrochemical solvent. Eye and skin irritant. Carcinogenic. Neurotoxic and reproductive effects. Found in spot removers, car cleaners, and paints.
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Toluene

Methylbenzene. An aromatic compound having the formula C6H5CH3. A major component of gasoline. Toluene has a flash point of 40°F and explosive limits of 1.2% to 7%
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Toluene

Tol'u·ene noun [ Tolu + benz ene .] (Chemistry) A hydrocarbon, C 6 H 5 .CH 3 , of the aromatic series, homologous with benzene, and obtained as a light mobile colorless liquid, by distilling tolu balsam, coal tar, etc.; -- called also methyl benze...
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toluene

methylbenzene noun a colorless flammable liquid obtained from petroleum or coal tar; used as a solvent for gums and lacquers and in high-octane fuels
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toluene

(tol´u-ēn) the hydrocarbon C7H8, an aromatic solvent similar to xylene; it is found in many paints and removers and is considered to be a neurotoxin.
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Toluene

• (n.) A hydrocarbon, C6H5.CH3, of the aromatic series, homologous with benzene, and obtained as a light mobile colorless liquid, by distilling tolu balsam, coal tar, etc.; -- called also methyl benzene, phenyl methane, etc.
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toluene

aromatic hydrocarbon used extensively as starting material for the manufacture of industrial chemicals. It comprises 15–20 percent of coal-tar light ... [4 related articles]
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Toluene

C6H5CH3 Molar mass: 92.13842
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toluene

(C6H5CH3) Also known as methylbenzene, a colorless hydrocarbon liquid, an aromatic compound produced from coal tar and by catalytic reforming of petroleum hydrocarbons. Toluene is used as a solvent, in gasoline...
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toluene

toluene (tōl'yOOēn") or methylbenzene (meth"ulben'zēn) , C7H8, colorless liquid aromatic hydrocarbon that melts at -95°C and boils at 110.8°C. It is insoluble in water but highly soluble in most organic solvents. Toluene is obtained from coal tar and petrole...
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Toluene

Toluene (methyl-benzene) is a colourless liquid derived from petroleum and coal-tar.
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toluene

Type: Term Pronunciation: tol′yū-ēn Definitions: 1. A colorless liquid obtained by the dry distillation of tolu and other resinous bodies, and also derived from coal tar; its physical and chemical properties resemble those of benzene. Used in explosives and dyes, and as a solvent in the extraction of various principles from plants. ...
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toluene

Colourless, inflammable liquid, insoluble in water, derived from petroleum. It is used as a solvent, in aircraft fuels, in preparing phenol (carbolic acid, used in making resins for adhesives, pharmaceuticals, and as a disinfectant), and the powerful high explosive TNT
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toluene

A strong-smelling, colorless liquid used to make gasoline and other types of fuel, paint, paint thinner, fingernail polish, glue, and rubber. Being exposed to toluene may cause headache, tiredness, confusion, weakness, memory loss, nausea, loss of appetite, hearing and color vision loss, dizziness, loss of consciousness, kidney damage, and death.
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Toluene

[data page] This page provides supplementary chemical data on toluene. ==MSDS sheets== ==Structure and properties== == Thermodynamic properties == ==Vapor pressure of liquid== Table data obtained from CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics 44th ed. ==Spectral data== NIST website Except where noted otherwise, data relate to standard ambient t...
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Toluene

Toluene n, formerly known as toluol l, is a clear, water-insoluble liquid with the typical smell of paint thinners. It is a mono-substituted benzene derivative, i.e., one in which a single hydrogen atom from a group of six atoms from the benzene molecule has been replaced by a univalent group, in this case CH3. As such, its IUPAC systematic name i...
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Toluene

Solvent used in nail polish, which has been criticized for its link to dizziness and eye and nose irritation.
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Toluene

Can cause cancer and nervous system damage.
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