Butyraldehyde Dry

Butyraldehyde (butanal) is an organic compound used as a fragrance intermediate.
Product Overview
Eastman™ specialty acids and anhydrides are high-purity intermediates used in the synthesis and manufacture of a wide variety of products. Aldehydes are fundamental in the production of solvents, glycol ethers, butyrate esters, plasticizers, acrylates, and many other chemicals and plastics.
Product Specifications
Form: Clear and bright liquid
Odor: Pungent
Assay: 99 wt % min.
Solubility: Water soluble at 60 g/l
Molecular weight: 72.1 g/mol
Vapor pressure (@ 20°C): 91 mm Hg
Vapor density: 2.5
Evaporation rate: 7.8
Boiling point: 75 °C (167 °F)
Melting point: -99 °C (-146 °F)
Freezing point: -80 °C (-112 °F)
CAS number: 123-72-8
Molecular formula: C4H8O
Synonyms: butanal, n-butyraldehyde, n-butanal, butyl aldehyde, 1-butanal, butanaldehyde, butaldehyde, butylaldehyde, butan-a-al, butane aldehyde
Primary Chemistry: Butyraldehyde
Features & Benefits
Miscible with almost all common organic solvents
Not animal derived
Problems Solved
Solubility issues in common organic solvents or water
Fragrance intermediate