Benzene is a faded, fragrant and volatile liquid that burns with a yellow flame with soot, and in industrial production, a group of materials such as polystyrene, synthetic rubber, and nylon is used. This liquid is also used in the preparation of detergents and dyes.
Benzene belongs to the family of hydrocarbons, each molecule having six carbon atoms and six hydrogen atoms, creating a ring arrangement. This arrangement is called benzene ring, which is found in many compounds, including aspirin and trichloroethylene. Benzene is poisonous and carcinogenic.
A liquid, aromatic and maybe well-smelling, quickly steamed and extremely flammable. It is available in plastics, resin, nylon, lubricants, colorants, detergents, pesticides and so on.