CAS Number: 62-53-3
Chemical Name: Aniline
Type of Toxicity: cancer
Listing Mechanism: Authoritative Bodies (AB)
Date Listed: 1-Jan-90
NSRL (No Significant Risk Level) or MADL (Maximum Allowable Dose Level): 100 µg/day
Where a source or product results in exposures by multiple routes, the total exposure must be considered. For example, the MADL for benzene is exceeded when the absorbed dose exceeds 24 µg/day. If only inhalation and oral exposure occurs, the benzene MADL is exceeded when: (oral dose ÷ 24 µg/day) + (inhalation dose ÷ 49 µg/day) > 1.0.
Chemical Formula: C6H7N
EC Number (EINECS): 200-539-3
Synonyms: Benzenamine;Aminobenzene;Aminophen;Anyvim;Benzene, amino-;Blue Oil;C.I. 76000;Phenylamine;Aniline Oil;Aniline reagent;Anilin;Anilina;Benzidam;C.I. Oxidation base 1;Cyanol;Huile D'aniline;Krystallin;Kyanol;NCI-C03736;Rcra waste number U012;UN 1547;Aniline hydrobromide;Benzeneamine
Appearance: colourless liquid
Melting Point: -6 C
Boiling Point: 184 C
Vapor Density: 3.22 at 185 C
Vapor Pressure: 0.7 mm Hg at 25C
Flash Point: 70 C
Explosion Limits: 1.3 - 11%
Auto Ignition: 615 C
Stability: Stable. Incompatible with oxidizing agents, bases, acids, iron and iron salts, zinc, aluminium. Light sensitive. Combustible.
Molecular Weight: 93.1265
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