Butyl acetate 80% [123-86-4]
Butyl acetate is an ester of acetic acid and n-butyl alcohol. It is used as an organic solvent. It has a sharp but moderate aroma reminiscent of a banana-like scent. It is harmful to health and irritates the mucous membranes. It is used as an ingredient of acetone-free nail polish removers.
Boiling point: 126 ° C
Density: 882 kg / m³
Melting point: -78 ° C
Molar Mass: 116.16 g / mol
Chemical formula: C6H12O2
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Priority rules to be observed in connection with the labeling of a substance:
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Source: GHS pictograms