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benzene (71-43-2, 26181-88-4, 8030-30-6, 71-43-2, 1076-43-3)  
Benzol  ·  Benzole  ·  Cyclohexatriene
Benzene is an important organic chemical compound with the chemical formula C6H6. The benzene molecule is composed of six carbon atoms joined in a ring with one hydrogen atom attached to each. As it contains only carbon and hydrogen atoms, benzene is classed as a hydrocarbon.
phenylmercuric acetate (62-38-4)  
Acetoxyphenylmercury  ·  FalisanNassbeize  ·  Verdasan
Diphenylcyanoarsine (23525-22-6)  
Clark 2  ·  diphenyl arsine cyanide
Diphenylcyanoarsine, also called Clark 2 (Chlor-Arsen-Kampfstoff 2, being the successor of Clark 1) by the Germans, was discovered in 1918 by Sturniolo and Bellinzoni and shortly thereafter used like the related Clark 1 gas by the Germans for chemical warfare in the First World War. The substance causes nausea, vomiting and headaches. It can subsequently lead to e.g.
phenylarsine oxide (637-03-6)  
phenylarsenoxide  ·  oxophenylarsine
Phenylarsine oxide (PAO or PhAsO) is an organometallic compound with the empirical formula C6H5AsO. It contains a phenyl group and an oxygen atom both bonded to an arsenic atom.
Diphenyl diselenide (1666-13-3)  
diphenyldiselenide
Diphenyl diselenide is the chemical compound with the formula (C6H5)2Se2, abbreviated Ph2Se2 This orange-coloured solid is the oxidized derivative of benzeneselenol. It is used as a source of the PhSe unit in organic synthesis. Ph2Se2 is prepared by the oxidation of benzeneselenoate, the conjugate base of benzeneselenol which is generated via the Grignard reagent: PhMgBr + Se → PhSeMgBr 2 PhSeMgBr + Br2 → Ph2Se2 + 2 MgBr2 The molecule has idealized C2-symmetry, like hydrogen peroxide and related molecules.
Diphenyl ditelluride (32294-60-3)  
diphenylditelluride
Diphenylditelluride is the chemical compound with the formula (C6H5Te)2, abbreviated Ph2Te2 This orange-coloured solid is the oxidized derivative of the unstable benzenetellurol, PhTeH. Ph2Te2 is used as a source of the PhTe unit in organic synthesis.
TRIPHENYLARSINE (603-32-7)  
Triphenylarsine is the chemical compound with the formula As(C6H5)3. This organoarsenic compound, often abbreviated AsPh3, is a colorless crystalline solid that is used as a ligand and a reagent in coordination chemistry and organic synthesis. The molecule is pyramidal with As-C distances of 1.942–1.956 Å and C-As-C angles of 99.6–100.5°.
Triphenylantimony (603-36-1)  
Triphenylstibine is the chemical compound with the formula Sb(C6H5)3. Abbreviated SbPh3, this colourless solid is often considered the prototypical organoantimony compound. It is used as a ligand in coordination chemistry and as a reagent in organic synthesis.
Catecholborane (274-07-7)  
Catecholborane (abbreviated HBcat) is an organoboron compound that is useful in organic synthesis. This colourless liquid is a derivative of catechol and a borane, having the formula C6H4O2BH.
DIPHENYLMERCURY (587-85-9)  
Diphenylmercury is the organomercury compound with the formula Hg(C6H5)2. It is a white solid. The compound is of historic interest as a particularly stable organometallic compound but it finds few uses because of its high toxicity.
1,2-Bis(dimethylarsino)benzene (13246-32-7)  
diArs  ·  2-phenylene-bis-dimethylarsine
1,2-Bis(dimethylarsino)benzene (diars) is the organoarsenic compound with the formula C6H4(As(CH3)2)2. The molecule consists of two dimethylarsino groups attached to adjacent carbon centers of a benzene ring. It is a chelating ligand in coordination chemistry.