2-Amino-p-cresol is a crystalline, sublime solid soluble in oxygenated solvents. It serves as an important starting material for production of colorants and other intermediates.
The compound is produced by nitration of p-cresol and subsequent reduction of the nitro-p-cresol.
Applications in Colorants
The aromatic compound is used to produce colorants such as:
|Fluorescent Brightener 135
|Fluorescent Brightener PF
|Reactive Blue 40
|Mordant Green 10
Applications in Intermediates
2-Amino-p-cresol can be converted into the following versatile intermediates:
|In synthesis of functionalized spiropyran of benzoxazonone series
|As major sensitizer in contact allergy to Disperse Yellow 3
|Clear crystalline powder or crystals with characteristic odor
|Solubility in 1% methanol solution
|Solution should be clear and light color
|Identification by HPLC
|Should conform to reference chromatogram
|Related substances by HPLC
|c. Any other impurity
|d. Total impurities
|Assay by titration
The product is stored under inert atmosphere at ambient temperature.
25 kg HDPE drum
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