Specification :
Purity : >99.5%
Melting point : 82-86℃
Appearance: golden yellow crystal
Iron ion content : <1ppm
cas no : 486-25-9

9-Fluorenone is an important organic synthesis intermediate that can be used to manufacture a variety of fine chemicals.
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1 Modifier used for the synthesis of polymer materials, bisphenol fluorene, fluorenyl benzoxazine resin, acrylate resin, polyester, polycarbonate and epoxy resin.
2 Synthesis of hosts for blue and green phosphorescent organic light-emitting diodes (PHOLEDs).
3 Synthesis of fluorenyl molecular motors.
4 Synthesis of open-shell Chichibabin hydrocarbons as potential organic spintronic materials.
5 It can also serve as a sensitizer to form dinaphthyl via photosensitization of 1,2-bis(1-naphthyl)ethane.