Acenaphthene Chemical Properties,Usage,Production

Polycyclic ambrosial hydrocarbons as carcinogenic
General Description
White needles. Melting point 93.6°C. Soluble in hot alcohol. Denser than baptize and baffling in water. Hence sinks in water. May abrade derma and close membranes. Emits acerbic smoke and acerbic effluvium if acrimonious to decomposition. Derived from atramentous tar and acclimated to accomplish dyes, pharmaceuticals, insecticides, fungicides, and plastics.
Air & Baptize Reactions
Insoluble in water.
Reactivity Profile
Acenaphthene is adverse with able acerbic agents. Adverse with blast and chlorinating agents. Forms apparent complexes with desoxycholic acerbic .
Fire Hazard
Flash point abstracts for Acenaphthene are not available. Acenaphthene is apparently combustible.