Bisphenol A is produced by reaction of phenol with acetone, and is used as a raw material and additive for epoxy resins and plastics. Mitsubishi Chemical's bisphenol A purity is a major advantage.
- CAS: No. 80-05-7
- EINECS: No. 201-245-8
- Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law: METI-No. 4-0123
- Japan, Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law: Not applicable.
- Japan, Fire Services Law: Not applicable.
Bisphenol A is produced by reaction of phenol with acetone, and has the following properties.
|Common Names||Bisphenol A,
|Japan, Chemical Substances Control Law METI-No.||4-123|
|Melting Point (℃)||153|
|Boiling Point (℃)||360|
|Flash Point (℃)||207|
|Autoignition Temperature (℃)||600|
|Flammability Range (%)||No|
Mitsubishi Chemical's bisphenol A purity is a major advantage.
It is used as a raw material for epoxy resins and polycarbonate resins. It is also used in synthetic resins as a stabilizer, antioxidant, etc.