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Chemical properties and uses of butyl acetate
Apr 25, 2018


Chemical Properties Colorless flammable liquid with pleasant fruit aroma. It is miscible with organic solvents such as alcohols, ketones, and ethers, and is less soluble in water than low-grade homologs.
Application
Is an excellent organic solvent, widely used in nitrocellulose varnishes, used as a solvent in the processing of artificial leather, fabrics and plastics, also used in the perfumery industry
GB 2760-96 provides for the use of edible spices. As a spice, it is widely used in the preparation of banana, pear, pineapple, apricot, peach, strawberry and berry flavors. It can also be used as a solvent for natural rubbers and synthetic resins.
Even when used in fruit flavors, it is mainly used for its good spreading power and is more suitable for use as a head spice. However, the amount should be less so as not to stand alone and affect the effect. It can be widely used in food flavors such as apricots, bananas, peaches, raw pears, pineapples, raspberries, and strawberries.
Excellent organic solvent, good solubility for cellulose acetate butyrate, ethyl cellulose, chlorinated rubber, polystyrene, methacrylic resin, and many natural resins such as tannin extract, Manila gel, and Darma resin. . Widely used in nitrocellulose varnishes, used as a solvent in the processing of artificial leather, fabrics and plastics, as an extractant in various petroleum processing and pharmaceutical processes, and also used in the compounding of spices and apricot, banana, pear, pineapple, etc. Various flavoring ingredients.
It is used in collodion, nitrocellulose, varnish, artificial leather, medicine, plastic and perfume industry. It is an excellent organic solvent and can dissolve rosin, polyvinyl acetate, polyacrylate, polyvinyl chloride, chlorinated rubber, Eucommia. Glue, polymethyl methacrylate, etc.
Analytical reagents, chromatographic standards, and solvents
Commonly used organic solvents, antimony, tin and tungsten, molybdenum and antimony, and antibiotic extractants.