INTRODUCTION

Potassium 2-nitrophenolate is characterized by its distinct orange color. This molecule is an important raw material in manufacture of intermediates that are further used to make APIs, Agrochemicals, and Colorants.

Manufacture

It is manufactured by reaction of o-nitrophenol with either potassium chloride or potassium sulphate.

SynonymsPotassium 2-nitrophenoxide
o-Hydroxynitrobenzene potassium salt
CAS no.824-38-4
EINECS no.
Molecular formulaC6H4NO3K
Molecular weight177.20
Structure

Applications

This compound is used in further synthesis of:

IntermediatesCAS no.
Benzyl-2-nitrophenyl ether4560-41-2
2-(2-Nitrophenoxy)-1-phenyl-ethanone18065-01-5
1-Nitro-2-(2-nitrophenoxy)-benzene2217-65-4
2-(Benzyloxy)aniline20012-63-9
2-Nitrophenetole610-67-3
6H-dibenzo[b,d]pyran229-95-8
Benzoic acid 2-nitrophenyl ester1523-12-2
Ethyl O-nitrophenyl oxalate17318-84-2

SPECIFICATIONS

TestUnitSpecifications
AppearanceOrange crystalline solid
SolubilitySoluble in methanol, chloroform and DMSO
Identification by MSShould conform to the structure
Identification by proton NMRShould conform to the structure
Melting point°C292.0-293.0
Purity by HPLC%Min 96.96

STORAGE
The product is stored at ambient temperature.

PACKING
25 kg UN approved drum.

REACH Status
Not registered yet.

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