Isopropyl Acetate

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CAS 108-21-4 - Isopropyl Acetate

Analyte:  Isopropyl Acetate

Abbreviation:  IPACET8

CAS Number or ID:  108-21-4

Department:  Organics

EC Number (EINECS):  108-21-4

Synonyms:  Acetic acid, isopropyl ester;Isopropyl acetate;2-Acetoxypropane;2-Propyl acetate;CH3COOCH(CH3)2;Acetate d'isopropyle;Isopropile(acetato di);Isopropyl ethanoate;Isopropyl(acetate d');Isopropylacetaat;Isopropylacetat;Isopropylester kyseliny octove;UN 1220;Isopropyl ester of acetic acid;sec-Propyl acetate;Acetic acid, 2-propyl ester;so-Propyl acetate;1-methylethyl acetate

Chemical Formula:  C5H10O2

Apearance:  colourless liquid with a fruity odour

Melting Point:  -69 C

Boiling Point:  89 C

Vapor Density:  3.5 (air = 1)

Vapor Pressure:  43 mm Hg at 20 C

Flash Point:  4 C (closed cup)

Explosion Limits:  1.8 - 8%

Water Solubility:  moderate

Stability:  Stable. Flammable - note low flash point. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, nitrates, alkali metals. May attack some plastics and rubber.Analytical testing dots

Laboratory tests that may be available by ALS - Columbia for Isopropyl Acetate (CAS # 108-21-4):

EPA MethodTest NameMatrixMRLInstrument
EPA 624Volatile Organic Compounds by GC/MSLiquid1 GCMS
EPA 8260BVolatile Organic Compounds by GC/MSLiquid5 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 BagsAir1 GCMS

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