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|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Kg|
|Type Of Packaging||packet|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|WHITE SOLID IN BALL FORM||70|
|boiling point||424 DegreeF at 760 mm Hg|
|melting point||176.4 DegreeF|
|Flash Point||190 DegreeF|
A naphthalene molecule can be viewed as the fusion of a pair of benzene rings. (In organic chemistry, rings are fused if they share two or more atoms.) As such, naphthalene is classified as a benzenoid polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH).
The eight carbons that are not shared by the two rings carry one hydrogen atom each. For purpose of the standard IUPAC nomenclature of derived compounds, those eight atoms are numbered 1 through 8 in sequence around the perimeter of the molecule, starting with a carbon adjacent to a shared one.
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