methoxybenzene


anisol; anisole; methoxybenzene; methyl phenyl ether
Links:📏 NIST, ⚗️ ChemSynthesis, 📖 PubMed,
📖Houben-Weyl, 2. Band (Anisol); p. 356, 687, 985
CAS:[100-66-3]
Formula:C7H8O; 108.14 g/mol
InChiKey:RDOXTESZEPMUJZ-UHFFFAOYSA-N
SMILES:O(c1ccccc1)C
Molecular structure of methoxybenzene
Use:insecticides; perfume; synthetic intermediate
Density:0.990 g/mL
Molar volume:109.2 mL/mol
Refractive index:1.517
Molecular refractive power:33.04 mL/mol
Dielectric constant:4.45
Dipole moment:1.36 D
Melting point:-3 °C
Boiling point:154 °C
Antoine equation
P(Torr) vs T(°C)
Vapour pressure vs temperature
Surface tension:35.37 dyn/cm
Critical temperature:368 °C
Critical pressure:41.2 atm
Log10 partition octanol / water:2.11
Snyder P':3.8
Snyder X:Xe: 0.3    Xd: 0.3    Xn: 0.4
Dimroth ET:37.1
Hildebrant solubility parameter (δ):9.9

Isomers

benzyl alcohol
Molecular structure of benzyl alcohol
(±)-cis-bicyclo[3.2.0]hept-2-en-6-one
Molecular structure of (+-)-cis-bicyclo[3.2.0]hept-2-en-6-one
methoxybenzene
Molecular structure of methoxybenzene
2-methylphenol
Molecular structure of 2-methylphenol
3-methylphenol
Molecular structure of 3-methylphenol
4-methylphenol
Molecular structure of 4-methylphenol