Turpentine

CAS RN: 8006-64-2

Other Properties

Yellowish, opaque, sticky masses. /Oleoresin/
136 (approx mol wt) /undefined mixtures/
Turpentine consists chemically of 58-65% gamma-pinene along with beta-pinene and other isomeric terpenes. Wood turpentine, obtained from waste wood chips or sawdust, contains 80% gamma-pinene, 15% monocyclic terpenes, 1.5% terpene alcohols, and other terpenes.
Immiscible with water; lighter than water; flash point 90-115 deg F (32-46 deg C); no acidity, bulk density 7.18 lb/gal, auto ignition temperature 488 deg F (253 deg C)
A typical analysis of turpentine oil (CASRN 8006-64-2) includes 59% alpha-pinene, 24% beta-pinene, 5% dipentene (racemic limonene), 2% beta-phellandrene, 2% alpha-Terpineol, 2% linalool, 1% methyl chavicol, 1% cis-anethole, 1% trans-anethole.
Vapor pressure = 5 mm Hg at 25 deg C /Unspecified mixtures/
Vapor pressure = 4.75 and 2.93 mm Hg at 25 deg C /alpha- and beta-pinene constituents of turpentine/
Henry's Law constant = 0.134 and 0.0679 atm-cu m/mol at 25 deg C /alpha- and beta-pinene constituents of turpentine/
Hydroxyl radical reaction rate constant = 5.30X10-11 cu cm/molecule-sec at 25 deg C /alpha- pinene constituent of turpentine/
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