DivinylbenzeneC10H10

CAS-No.:
1321-74-0
UN-No.:
3532
EC-No.:
215-325-5
Hazard identification number:
40
Hazard signs
GHS07
GHS08
GHS09

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

Occupational exposure limit
TRGS 900 (DE/INT)
  • MAK (mg/m3) 50
  • H: 315
    Causes skin irritation
  • H: 319
    Causes serious eye irritation
  • H: 411
    Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting
    effects

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

  • Melting point:
    -88 °C
  • Boiling Point:
    195 °C
  • Density (at 20 °C, if not notified otherwise):
    0,91 g/cm3
  • Flash Point:
    77 °C
  • Ignition Temperature:
    470 °C
  • Vapour Pressure (at 20 °C, if not notified otherwise):
    0,9 hPa
  • Lower Explosive Limit:
    1.1 Vol.-%
  • Upper Explosive Limit:
    6.2 Vol.-%
  • Hazardous Effects:
    Ss
  •  

*Source: GESTIS Substance Database, https://gestis-database.dguv.de

Also known as:
  • 1,2-divinylbenzene
  • C10H10
  • Diethyl benzene
  • Divinyl benzene
  • DVB
  • Vinylstyrene
  • Vinylstyrol

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