1,3-Butadiene


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CAS 106-99-0 - 1,3-Butadiene

Analyte:  1,3-Butadiene

Abbreviation:  BDE

CAS Number or ID:  106-99-0

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  106-99-0

Synonyms:  «alpha»,«gamma»-Butadiene;trans-Butadiene;Biethylene;Bivinyl;Buta-1,3-diene;Butadiene;Divinyl;Erythrene;Pyrrolylene;Vinylethylene;(E)-CH2=CHCH=CH2;Butadieen;Buta-1,3-dieen;Butadien;Buta-1,3-dien;NCI-C50602

Chemical Formula:  C4H6

Apearance:  colourless gas, or pressurised liquid (odour TLV 1.6 ppm)

Melting Point:  - 113 C

Boiling Point:  - 4.5 C

Vapor Density:  0.621

Vapor Pressure:  1840 mm Hg at 21 C

Flash Point:  -76 C (open cup)

Explosion Limits:  2 - 12%

Stability:  Stable. Extremely flammable. May form explosive mixtures with air. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, copper, copper alloys. May contain stabilizer.Analytical testing dots

Laboratory tests that may be available by ALS - Columbia for 1,3-Butadiene (CAS # 106-99-0):

EPA MethodTest NameMatrixMRLInstrument
EPA 8260BVolatile Organic Compounds by GC/MSLiquid20 GCMS
EPA TO-15Volatile Organic Compounds in Air Collected In SUMMA Passivated Canisters and Analyzed By GC/MSAir0.49 GCMS
EPA TO-15Volatile Organic Compounds in Air Collected In SUMMA Passivated Canisters and Analyzed By GC/MSAir0.5 GCMS
TO-15 ModifiedVolatile Organic Compounds in Air Analyzed By GC/MS, Modified for Tedlar BagsAir0.49 GCMS
TO-15 ModifiedVolatile Organic Compounds in Air Analyzed By GC/MS, Modified for Tedlar BagsAir0.5 GCMS

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