Acétate de butyle normal

Numéro CAS : 123-86-4

Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN1123

Formule moléculaire brute : C6H12O2

Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • Acétate de butyle
  • Acétate de butyle normal
  • Acétate n-butylique

Noms anglais :

  • Acetic acid butyl ester
  • Acetic acid n-butyl ester
  • Acetic acid, butyl ester
  • Butyl acetate
  • Butyl acetate (normal-)
  • n-Butyl acetate
  • Normal butyl acetate

Autres noms :

  • Butyl acetate normal
  • BUTYL ETHANOATE
  • Butyl ethanolate
Famille chimique
  • Ester
Utilisation et sources d'émission 1 2 3 4 5

L'acétate de butyle normal est utilisé comme solvant dans

  • les laques à base de nitrocellulose
  • les vernis
  • les encres
  • les adhésifs
  • les peintures
  • les plastiques
  • les verres sécuritaires
  • les vernis à ongles
  • les parfums
  • l'industrie photographique (pellicules)
  • l'industrie textile (cuir artificiel)
  • l'industrie du papier

De plus, il sert comme agent de saveur dans l'industrie alimentaire et comme agent d'extraction dans l'industrie pharmaceutique.

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