Ethylbenzene (C6H5C2H5) liquid is colorless and flammable, which smells like gasoline. Ethylbenzene evaporates at room temperature and burns easily, and is present in the smog in the air. The main source of ethylene benzene is crude coal and crude. Ethylbenzene emissions in major cities and industrial centers more on burning oil, gas, coal and ethylbenzene in waste disposal done some factories. The main source of emissions of ethylbenzene is mobile fuel and automobile fuel and is used in the industrial activities of ethylbenzene as a raw material, a supplement or a solvent.
Ethylbenzene is used as a solvent for electroplating, printing and dyeing, glazing, paper, rubber, wood, and gloss industries. In addition, we use ethylene benzene in carpet weaving, painting, shampoos and pesticides, detergents and cleaners, carpets and carpets, rubber, wood industry and in various fuels.