Hexane, GC Grade, ChemPure Chemicals, 4L Glass Bottle

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Hexane, GC Grade, ChemPure Chemicals, 4L Glass Bottle

Hexane, GC Grade, ChemPure Chemicals, 4L Glass Bottle

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  • Molecular Formula: CH3(CH2)4CH3
  • Weight: 99.9%, n-Hexane >95%
  • Density: 0.6548
  • Formula Weight: 86.18
  • MDL: MFCD00009520
  • Grade: GC and Non Spectro GC grade
  • Quantity: 4L Glass Bottle
  • See Resources tab for MSDS/SDS

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Hexane, GC Grade, ChemPure Chemicals


GC Analysis (total C6 isomers)99.9%Min
GC Analysis (n-Hexane)60% Min
Water by Karl Fisher Titration0.01%
Residue1 mg/L
Electron Capture GC10 ng/L
Flame Ionization GC5 ppb
Color (APHA)10
ThiophenePasses test
Chemical NameHexane
Weightn-Hexane >95%
GradeGC grade
Molecular FormulaC6H14
Formula Weight86.18
AppearanceClear, colorless liquid
OdorGasoline-like or petroleum-like
Melting Point-95°C (-139°F)
Boiling Point68°C (154.4°F)
Flash PointCLOSED CUP: -22.5°C (-8.5°F)
FlammabilityFlammable, Limits: Lower: 1.15% UPPER: 7.5%
Vapor Pressure

341.3 hPa (256 mmHg) at 37°C (100 °F)

176.0 hPa (132 mmHg) at 20°C (68°F)

Vapor Density(air = 1) 2.97
MDL NumberMFCD00009520
UN Number1208
SolubilitySoluble in diethyl ether, acetone. Insoluble in cold water, hot water
Partition coefficient: n-octanol/waterlog Pow: 3.90 - 4.11
Auto-ignition temperature225°C (437°F)
Chemical StabilityStable

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Safety & Handling Information


  • Irritation can occur if exposure to eyes and skin
  • Harmful if absorbed through skin or swallowed
  • Inhalation can cause respiratory tract irritation, drowsiness, central nervous system depression
  • Use proper ventilation on storage, wash thoroughly after use
  • Keep away from source ignition, no smoking, and avoid electrostatic charge
  • Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated area between 55-100°F for product stability
  • Ensure container is properly sealed and plainly-labeled
  • Do not store around strong oxidizing agents


Personal Protection

EyesChemical Safety Glasses/goggles, potential use of splash shields
InhalationLocal exhaust, preferably mechanical. Excess levels require use of approved respirator
SkinNitrile or rubber gloves, apron or lab coat

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