Any one of five hydrocarbons, C6H14, of the paraffin series. They are colorless, volatile liquids, and are so called because the molecule has six carbon atoms.
Similar to heptane, but more toxic. Used in rubber cement and rubber cement thinners. Causes permanent nerve damage in sufficient doses (James, 1985).Hexane accumulates in body tissue.*Flammable. Eye, skin, and respiratory tract irritant. Neurotoxin. Used in some adhesives and art products
A hydrocarbon volatile liquid found in glue or gasoline.