Decanoic acid - CAS # 334-48-5


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CAS 334-48-5 - n-Decanoic Acid

Chemical Name:  Decanoic acid

Chemical Formula:  C10H20O2

CAS Number:  334-48-5

EC Number (EINECS):  206-376-4

Synonyms:  n-Decanoic acid;n-Capric acid;n-Decoic acid;n-Decylic acid;Capric acid;Caprinic acid;Caprynic acid;Decoic acid;Decylic acid;1-Nonanecarboxylic acid;Nonane-1-carboxylic acid;neo-Fat 10;Hexacid 1095;Emery 659;Prifrac 296;Prifrac 2906;1-decanoic acid;Decanoic acid (capric acid)

Use:  preparation of synthetic rubber and cellulose products

Appearance:  white crystals with an unpleasant odour

Melting Point:  31 C

Boiling Point:  269 C

Flash Point:  112 C

Stability:  Stable. Incompatible with bases, reducing agents, oxidizing agents.

Molecular Weight:  172.2646

Alternate Names:  n-Decanoic Acid | NDCA

Department:  Organics

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