methylcyclohexane  Thermodynamic & Transport Properties (Based on Venus model)
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Synonym cyclohexylmethane ,Hexahydrotoluene
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methylcyclohexane : Introduction
Methylcyclohexane is a simple organic hydrocarbon with a molecular formula is C7H14; it is a colourless liquid with a faint benzene-like odor.[citation needed] Methylcyclohexane is used as a solvent and occasionally as a reagent in organic synthesis and polymer chemistry. It is a component of jet fuel and is used in some consumer products such as correction fluids. It can be handled safely, but is considered a flammable and toxic liquid with consequences in case of human or other environmental exposure.
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