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4-Hydroxybenzenesulfonic Acid Research Reports

4-Hydroxybenzenesulfonic Acid Research Reports

p -Phenolsulfonic acid , also 4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid , forms colorless crystal needles or an oily liquid yellowish to reddish in color, with a phenol-like odor. It is isomeric to o-phenolsulphonic acid (socolic acid) and m-phenolsulphonic acid .

4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid, by sulfonation of phenol with concentrated sulfuric acid are recovered, wherein a mixture of 4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid and o -Phenolsulfonsäure formed. Another, more vigorous sulfonation of the phenol leads to phenol-2,4-disulfonic acid .

4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid has a denaturing effect on proteins. It acts as an irritant after ingestion or inhalation and on the skin and is toxic or corrosive to the eyes, skin and lungs. Eye protection and adequate ventilation must be provided when processing them.

4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid are used in the manufacture of dyes or detergents. In oral care, phenol sulfonic acid is used in a mixture with gualacolic acid to combat changes in the mucous membrane such as aphthous ulcers. The application for removing bacterial deposits and dental deposits is also described.

4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid, liquid appears as a yellowish liquid that becomes brown on exposure to air. Soluble in alcohol. Irritating to mucous membranes, skin, and eyes. Moderately toxic by ingestion. Used as a laboratory reagent, in water analysis and in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. A mixture of ortho and para isomers.

Disodium P-Phenolsulfonate is organic compound, that used in the preparation of: series of layered divalent transition metal benzenesulfonates, luminescent ladder-like lanthanide coordination polymers of 4-hydroxybenzenesulfonate and new polynorbornene ionomers bearing fluorinated pendant benzenesulfonate groups.

4-hydroxybenzenesulfonic acid are used in the manufacture of dyes or detergents. In oral care, phenol sulfonic acid is used in a mixture with gualacolic acid to combat changes in the mucous membrane such as aphthous ulcers. The application for removing bacterial deposits and dental deposits is also described.

 

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