Ethyl butyrate - CAS # 105-54-4


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CAS 105-54-4 - Ethyl Butyrate

Chemical Name:  Ethyl butyrate

Chemical Formula:  C6H12O2

CAS Number:  105-54-4

EC Number (EINECS):  203-306-4

Synonyms:  Butyric acid, ethyl ester;Butyric ether;Ethyl butanoate;Ethyl butyrate;Ethyl n-butyrate;Ethyl n-butanoate;n-Butyric acid ethyl ester;Butyric ester;UN 1180;Ethyl ester of butanoic acid;ethyl 1-butyrate;ethyl butanoate (ethyl butyrate)

Use:  ingredient for perfumery, flavouring

Appearance:  colourless liquid with a fruity odour

Melting Point:  -93 C

Boiling Point:  121 C

Vapor Density:  4 g/l

Flash Point:  26 C (closed cup)

Auto Ignition:  463 C

Stability:  Stable. Flammable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, acids, bases.

Molecular Weight:  116.1583

Alternate Names:  Ethyl Butyrate | Ethyl n-Butyrate | ETBTR8

Department:  Organics

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