Toluene is a six-member carbon ring with alternating double and single bonds. At Carbon 1, there is a methyl group attached to the molecule. The molecule can also be found in linear form, but it is most stable as a conjugated ring system.
Toluene is an aromatic hydrocarbon that is widely utilized as both a solvent and as industrial feedstock. It can also be utilized as an inhalant drug and can potentially cause harm to those who inhale its fumes.Learn more about Organic Chemistry