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Explanation: El Tolueno Aromático, al igual que el benceno y los xilenos. Se usa básicamente como
solvente y en la producción de explosivos como el trinitrotolueno (TNT).
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xxxOso Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in pair: 9863
A colorless flammable liquid, CH3C6H5, obtained from coal tar or petroleum and used in aviation fuel and other high-octane fuels, in dyestuffs, explosives, and as a solvent for gums and lacquers. Also called methylbenzene.
Ivan Sanchez Local time: 05:59 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 731
Explanation: Toluene - a highly volatile and water-soluble benzene derivative that is highly toxic to most forms of life. Its estimated lifespan in air is 60 hours in the case of a photochemical reaction with hydroxyl radical and is eventually oxidized to carbon dioxide. Toluene is used in a variety of industries including the manufacture of TNT, pharmaceuticals, rubbers, and other benzene derivatives, and is also a fuel additive and a paint solvent. Toluene also reaches the atmosphere from natural sources such as coal tar, mineral oils, and forest fires.
Tolueno. (C7 H8 metilbenceno) Hidrocarburo aromático que se encuentra en el alquitrán de la hulla. Líquido incoloro inflamable, soluble en alcohol y éter, se usa como materia prima para fabricar colorantes, explosivos y disolventes.