|Appearance||Clear, colorless, volatile liquid|
|Freezing point ℃||-64.6|
|Viscosity cp （20 ℃）||0.856|
|Flash point ℃||38（close cup）/43（open cup）|
|Explosion point with air||vo1% Floor limit||1|
|vo1% Superior limit||10|
|Free acidity %（WT）||≤0.01|
|Packing||200L plastic drums, ISO tanks or Bulk|
|Storage||Keep cool and dry; keep away from fire and heat; handle with care; avoid breakage and leakage.|
|Shipping||Room temperature in continental US; may vary elsewhere|
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|Common Names||Butyl acrylate|
|CAS No.||141-32-2||Boiling Point (℃)||145.9±9.0 °C at 760 mmHg|
|Molecular Weight||128.169||Melting Point (℃)||145.9±9.0 °C at 760 mmHg|
|Appearance||Clear, colorless, volatile liquid||Vapor Pressure||4.8±0.3 mmHg at 25°C|
|HS Code||2916129000||Flash Point (℃)||39.4±0.0 °C|
|Solubility||Very slightly soluble in water and somewhat less dense than water||Autoignition Temperature (℃)||297 deg C|
Q:What is butyl acrylate used for?
A:Butyl acrylate (BA) is the ester of acrylic acid and n-butanol. It is used as a raw material for fiber processing agents, adhesives, coatings, plastics, acrylic rubber, and emulsions.
Q:Is butyl acrylate harmful?
A:Although the monomers may be toxic, the levels that would be found in cosmetic formulations are not considered to present a safety risk. Accordingly, these Acrylate Copolymers are considered safe for use in cosmetic formulations when formulated to avoid irritation.
Q:How do you store butyl acrylate?
A:In order to prevent polymerization, butyl acrylate must always be stored under air, and never under inert gases. The presence of oxygen is required for the stabilzer to function effectively. It has to contain a stabilizer, and the storage temperature must not exceed 35 °C. Under these conditions,a storage stability of one year can be expected. In order to minimize the
likelihood of overstorage, the storage procedure should strictly follow the
“first-in-first-out” principle. For extended storage periods over 4 weeks it
is advisable to replenish the dissolved oxygen content.