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N-Butyl Acetate is a chemical compound with a molecular formula of C6H12O2, CAS: 123-86-4. It is commonly used as a solvent in the production of lacquers, inks and adhesives. This product is a colourless liquid that has a fruity odour. This product is highly flammable with a flash point of 24° C. It is highly miscible with all common organic solvents (alcohols, ketones, glycols, esters) but has only slight miscibility in water.
N-Butyl Acetate Chemical Structure Composition.
The most common method for creating n-butyl acetate is via the esterification of a butanol isomer and acetic acid which are heated in the presence of a strong acid.
The most common use of normal butyl acetate is as a solvent in the production of lacquers and paints. Its other major use is in the creation of adhesives and hardened coatings. N-butyl acetate is also used in the pharmaceutical industry as a solvent or an extraction agent. Its minor uses include cosmetic products, fragrance solvent in perfumes, as an anti-corrosive agent, in cleaning and car care products. It is also used in the synthetic fruit flouring industry.
Arpadis is one of the largest chemical distributor in Europe.
Arpadis is handling the storage, transport, export & import formalities of N-Butyl Acetate globally.