Boiling Point：512ºC at 760 mmHg
9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole, also known as Bisphenylcarbazole, is an organic compound consisting of a carbazole ring bearing two phenyl substituents at the 9-position. It is a white solid that is soluble in organic solvents.
Synthesis: 9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole can be synthesized from the reaction of 4-bromobenzophenone with aniline in the presence of sodium ethoxide base. The reaction produces a compound known as 4-(4-phenylphenyl)benzophenone which is then reacted with an aqueous solution of hydrazine to form 9-(4-phenylphenyl)carbazole.
Physical Properties: 9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole is a white solid with a melting point of 200-202 °C and a boiling point of 290-292 °C. It is also slightly soluble in water and soluble in organic solvents such as alcohols and ethers.
Chemical Properties: 9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole is stable in acidic and basic solutions, but can be hydrolyzed under alkaline conditions. It is also resistant to oxidation and can be stored in air for extended periods of time.
Uses: 9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole is used as a building block in organic synthesis to make polymers, pharmaceuticals, and pigments. It is also used as a reagent in the synthesis of other organic compounds.
Safety: 9-(4-Phenylphenyl)carbazole is toxic if ingested or inhaled. It should be handled with care and stored in a tightly sealed container in a cool, dry place. Protective gloves and eye protection should be worn when handling the compound.
Cas number: 6299-16-7