Bromobenzene, an aryl halide, is a clear, colorless liquid with a pleasant odor. It is soluble in methanol and diethyl ether, and very slightly soluble in cold water.
It is used as a solvent and reactant in organic synthesis and agrochemical intermediate.
Bromobenzene is prepared industrially by the action of bromine on benzene in the presence of iron powder.
|Bromobenzene is used to introduce a phenyl group via palladium-catalyzed coupling reactions such as the Suzuki reaction|
|It is used for organic synthesis, especially in the production of the synthetic intermediate phenyl magnesium bromide (a Grignard reagent)|
|Also used in production of following intermediates|
|It is used as a precursor in the manufacture of Phencyclidine|
|Bromobenzene is also used as an additive to motor oils and as a crystallizing solvent|
|Appearance @ 25 °C||–||Clear colorless liquid|
|Identification (IR spectrum)||–||To conform to the standard|
|Analysis by GC (By Area normalization % m/m)|
|Bromobenzene||% w/w||Min 99.5|
|Di Bromobenzene||%||Max 0.05|
|Moisture content||% w/w||Max 0.1|
|Specific gravity||–||1.47 to 1.50|
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