Butanoate Chemical

Amyl Butanoate

CAS No         540-18-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Butyrate is the traditional name for the conjugate base of butanoic acid (old name butyric acid). The formula of the butanoate ion is C4H7O2-. The archaic name is used as part of the name of butyrates or butanoates, or esters and salts of butyric acid, a short chain fatty acid. Examples include

Ethyl Butanoate

CAS No         105-54-4

Application / Uses Preparation
It is commonly used as artificial flavoring such as pineapple flavoring in (e.g. martinis, daiquiris etc), as a solvent in perfumery products, and as a plasticizer for cellulose. In addition, Ethyl butyrate is often also added to orange juice, as most associate its odor with that of fresh orange juice.

Methyl Butanoate

CAS No         623-42-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Methyl butanoate, also known under the systematic name methyl butanoate, is the methyl ester of butyric acid. Like most esters, it has a fruity odour, in this case resembling apples or pineapples. At room temperature, it is a colourless liquid with low solubility in water, upon which it floats to form an oily layer. Although it is flammable, it has a relatively low vapour pressure (40mm Hg at 30OC), so it can be safely handled at room temperature without special safety precautions.

Sodium Butanoate

CAS No         156-54-7

Application / Uses Preparation
It is commonly used as artificial flavoring such as pineapple flavoring in  (e.g. martinis, daiquiris etc), as a solvent in perfumery products, and as a plasticizer for cellulose. In addition, Ethyl butyrate is often also added to orange juice, as most associate its odor with that of fresh orange juice.
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