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CAS 78-84-2 - Isobutyraldehyde

Analyte:  Isobutyraldehyde

Alternate Name:  2-Methylpropanal

Abbreviation:  ISOBTALD

CAS Number or ID:  78-84-2

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  78-84-2

Synonyms:  Isobutyraldehyde;«alpha»-Methylpropionaldehyde;Isobutanal;Isopropylaldehyde;Isopropylformaldehyde;2-Methylpropanal;2-Methylpropionaldehyde;iso-C3H7CHO;Isobutylaldehyde;Isobutyric aldehyde;2-Methyl-1-propanal;Isobutyraldehyd;Propionaldehyde, 2-methyl-;Valine aldehyde;Isobutaldehyde;Isobutyryl aldehyde;Methyl propanal;NCI-C60968;UN 2045;so-Butyl aldehyde;2-methylpropanal (isobutanal)

Chemical Formula:  C4H8O

Apearance:  colourless liquid with an extremely unpleasant smell

Melting Point:  -65 C

Boiling Point:  63 C

Vapor Density:  2.5 g/l

Vapor Pressure:  66 mm Hg at 5 C

Flash Point:  -19 C (closed cup)

Explosion Limits:  1.6 - 11%

Auto Ignition:  190 C

Stability:  Stable. Refrigerate. Highly flammable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, strong bases, strong acids, strong reducing agents.Analytical testing dots

Laboratory tests that may be available by ALS - Columbia for Isobutyraldehyde (CAS # 78-84-2):

EPA MethodTest NameMatrixMRLInstrument
EPA 624Volatile Organic Compounds by GC/MSLiquid1 GCMS

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Related Analytes (2-Methylpropanal):
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