n-Buthylaldehyde
Normalbuthylaldehyde is a 4-carbon aldehyde species. It is used as a raw material to make 2-ethyl hexanol, n-butanol, trimethylolpropane, and polyvinyl buthylal.
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1.normal-Buthylaldehyde (NBD) is a 4-carbon aldehyde species.

Common Names:

normal-Buthylaldehyde, n-Buthylaldehyde, Buthylaldehyde

CAS No.: 

123‐72‐8

Appearance: 

Clear colorless liquid

Odor: 

Aldehyde smell

Boiling Point (℃): 

74.8

Formula:

CH3CH2CH2CHO

Structure:

 

n-Buthylaldehyde

Molecular Weight:

72.11

2.normal-Buthylaldehyde is soluble in almost all organic solvents.

 

■  Characteristics

Our n-buthylaldehyde has very low-level impurities and may be used as a raw material for a wide veriety of chemicals.

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n-Buthylaldehyde is used as a raw material to make 2-ethyl hexanol (2EH), n-butanol (NBA), trimethylolpropane (TMP), and polyvinyl buthylal.

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