High purity Natural Isoamyl Acetate

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50 Kilogram/Kilograms (Min. Order)
Supply Ability:
20 Ton/Tons per Month
Port:
Shanghai port
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Overview
Quick Details
CAS No.:
123-92-2
Other Names:
isopentyl ethanoate
MF:
C7H14O2
EINECS No.:
204-662-3
FEMA No.:
2055
Place of Origin:
Anhui, China (Mainland)
Type:
Natural Flavour & Fragrances
Natural Variety:
Plant Extract
Usage:
Food Flavor, Industrial Flavor
Purity:
≥97%
Brand Name:
Haibei
Model Number:
HB-N033
Product Name:
High purity Natural Isoamyl Acetate
Appearance:
Colorless clear liquid
Odor:
Strong fragrance of fruit, with odor like banana, pear and apple
Molecular Weight:
130.18
Grade:
Top Grade
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
In plastic lining steel drums, net weight 200 kilos.
Delivery Time
Prompt delivery
 

TERM

                        TECHNICAL STANDARD

RESULTS

Appearance

Colorless clear liquid

Qualified

Odor 

With strong fragrance of fruit, sweet and sour taste of pear

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Relative density (25/25°C)

0.869-0.874

0.871

Refractive index (20°C)

1.3970-1.4020

1.4003

Content (GLC)

98.0% min.

99.74%

Acid value

1.0mgKOH/g max.

0.38mgKOH/g

Solubility (25°C)

1g sample all dissolve in 3ml 60%(v/v)ethanol

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STORAGE AND PACKING
Standard packing:In plastic lining steel drums, net weight 200 kilos.
Storage:At cool place in tightly sealed original containers, avoid prolonged exposure to light.

 

 

Isoamyl acetate is used to confer banana flavor in foods. Pear oil commonly refers to a solution of isoamyl acetate in ethanol that is used as an artificial flavor.

It is also used as a solvent for some varnishes and nitrocellulose lacquers, as well as being a honey bee pheromone and can be used to attract large groups of honeybees to a small area. As a solvent and carrier for materials such as nitrocellulose, it was extensively used in the aircraft industry for stiffening and wind-proofing fabric flying surfaces, where it and its derivatives were generally known as 'dope'. Now that most aircraft are all-metal, such use is now limited to model aircraft, where it is still popularly used for strengthening tissue coverings and balsa wood.

Because of its intense, pleasant odor and its low toxicity, isoamyl acetate is used to test the effectiveness of respirators or gas masks.