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Technical Data Sheet
Biphenyl, Flake


Key Attributes
  • High boiling point
  • High chemical stability
  • High flash point
  • High solvency
  • Low polarity
  • Low reactivity

Product Description
Applications for biphenyl process fluid include process media or solvents in many industries, including chemicals and petrochemicals.

For more information, visit www.processfluid.com.



Typical Properties

PropertyTest MethodTypical Value, Units
General
Appearance 
     Above 69°C (156°F) Clear colorless liquid
     Below 69°C (156°F) White solid
Composition Biphenyl
Molecular Weight (Average) 154
Density 
     @ 25°C (77°F) 0.993 g/mL (8.27 lb/gal)
Flash PointASTM D92113 °C (235 °F)
Water solubility 
     @ 20°C (68°F) Insoluble
Moisture Content 150 ppm, max
Autoignition TemperatureASTM E659540 °C (1004 °F)
Fire PointASTM D92113 °C (235 °F)
Normal Boiling Point 255 °C (491 °F)
Vapor Pressure 
     @ 166°C (330°F) 4.626 kPa (0.671 psia)



Comments
Values quoted are typical values obtained in the laboratory from production samples and are not guaranteed. Production materials may vary. Contact Eastman for current sales specifications.

Typical properties does not constitute an express warranty.




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