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ISOPROPYL ACETATE (İZOPROPİL ASETAT)

Synonyms
1-Methylethyl acetate; 1-Methylethyl acetate; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; Acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; Acetic acid; 2-propyl ester; Acetic acid; isopropyl ester; CH3COOCH(CH3)2; FEMA 2926; Isopropile (acetato di); Isopropile(acetato di); Isopropyl ester OF acetic acid; Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylester kyseliny octove; Paracetat; Sec-propyl acetate; so-Propyl acetateIsopropyl acetate; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; 2-Propyl ethanoate; Propan-2-yl ethanoate; ISOPROPYL ACETATE; Acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; Acetic acid; isopropyl ester; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; CH3COOCH(CH3)2; Acetate d'isopropyle; Isopropile(acetato di); Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropyl (acetate d'); Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylester kyseliny octove; UN 1220; Isopropyl ester of acetic acid; sec-Propyl acetate; Acetic acid, 2-propyl ester; 1-Methylethyl acetate; NSC 9295; CAS No. 108-21-4; EC No. 203-561-1; Isopropyl acetate; Isopropyl ethanoate; Secondary propyl acetate; Acetic acid; isopropyl ester; 108-21-4; izopropenil Asetat; İzopropil Asetat; Asetik Asit; İzopropenil Ester; 1-Asetoksi-1-metiletilen; 1-Propen-2-il asetat; 1-propen-2-ilasetat; 2-asetoksipropen; 2-Acetoxypropylene; acetated'isopropenyle; Asetik asit 1-metiletenil ester; Izopropenilester kyseliny octove; Metilvinil Asetat; Etil etanoat; Etil ester; asetic ester; 2-Propyl acetate; 2-Acetoxypropane; Acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; propan-2-yl acetate; Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropylacetat; Paracetat; Isopropylacetaat; 1-Methylethyl acetate; Acetic Acid; isopropyl ester; Acetate d'isopropyle; Acetic Acid; Isopropyl Ester; Isopropylester kyseliny octove; Isopropile(acetato di); Isopropile (acetato di); Isopropyl (acetate d'); Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; NSC 9295; iso-propyl acetate; sec-Propyl acetate; UNII-1Y67AFK870; Acetate d'isopropyle; Isopropyl ester of acetic acid; FEMA No. 2926; CCRIS 6053; HSDB 159; Isopropyl (acetate d'); Isopropyle (acetate d'); Isopropile (acetato di); EINECS 203-561-1; MFCD00008877; UN1220; CH3COOCH(CH3)2; Isopropylester kyseliny octove; BRN 1740761; acetic acid; 2-propyl ester; JMMWKPVZQRWMSS-UHFFFAOYSA-N; 1Y67AFK870; DSSTox_CID_5478; Isopropyl acetate [UN1220]; DSSTox_RID_77801; DSSTox_GSID_25478; Isopropyl acetate, 99%, pure; Isopropyl acetate, 99+%, pure; Isopropyl acetate, 99+%, for analysis; CAS-108-21-4; Isopropyle (acetate d'); iso-propylacetate; i-propyl acetate; AcOiPr; iPrOAc; iso-PrOAc; iso-Propyl acetate; IPAc; 2-propyl ethanoate; i-PrOAc; methylethyl ethanoate; propan-2-yl ethanoate; Isopropyl(acetate d'); Isopropylacetat(german); AC1L1PUF; AC1Q1QLE; Isopropyl acetate, 98%; Isopropyl acetate, 99%; Acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; isopropyl acetate; 2-propyl acetate; 2-acetoxypropane; acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; isopropyl ethanoate; isopropylacetat; paracetat; isopropylacetaat; 1-methylethyl acetate; acetic acid ; isopropyl ester; Acetic acid; isopropyl ester;Isopropyl acetate; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; CH3COOCH(CH3)2; Acetate d'isopropyle; Isopropile(acetato di) ;Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropyl(acetated'); Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylester kyseliny octove; UN 1220; Isopropyl ester of acetic acid; sec-Propyl acetate; Acetic acid, 2-propyl ester; so-Propyl acetate; 1-methylethyl acetate; Acetic acid-isopropyl ester; EC 203-561-1; WLN: 1YOV1 ; 1-Methylethyl acetate, 9CI; Acetic acid isopropyl ester; SCHEMBL19193; 4-02-00-00141 (Beilstein Handbook Reference); KSC174O0H; acetic acid propan-2-yl ester; ACMC-2098z9; Isopropyl Acetate Reagent Grade; Isopropyl acetate, >=99.6%; CHEMBL1608674; DTXSID2025478; CTK0H4703; FEMA 2926; KS-00000VLJ; NSC9295; ZINC388088; Isopropyl acetate, >=99%; FCC; ACN-S002419; NSC-9295; Isopropyl Acetate (Fragrance Grade); Tox21_201443; Tox21_303287; ANW-15907; LS-455; Isopropyl acetate, analytical standard; AKOS008949447; MCULE-6152257819; RP18770; RTR-001918; UN 1220; NCGC00091731-01; NCGC00091731-02; NCGC00257073-01; NCGC00258994-01; AN-22503; CJ-03108; SC-2561; ZB011278; TR-001918; A0036; X5955; 5056-EP2269986A1; 5056-EP2269999A1; 5056-EP2270003A1; 5056-EP2270009A1; 5056-EP2272537A2; 5056-EP2272822A1; 5056-EP2275401A1; 5056-EP2275403A; 5056-EP2277565A2; 5056-EP2277566A2; 5056-EP2277567A1; 5056-EP2277568A2; 5056-EP2277569A2; 5056-EP2277570A2; 5056-EP2277875A2; 5056-EP2277878A1; 5056-EP2277879A1; 5056-EP2280014A2; 5056-EP2281821A1; 5056-EP2283811A1; 5056-EP2287152A2; Isopropyl acetate; 108-21-4 [RN]; 1Y67AFK870; 203-561-1; 2926; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; Acetate d'isopropyle; Acétate d'isopropyle; acetic acid isopropyl ester; Acetic acid; 1-methylethyl ester; AI4930000; Degassed and low oxygen isopropyl acetate; Isopropile (acetato di); iso-Propyl acetate; Isopropyl acetate ZerO2(R); Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropylacetaat; Isopropyl-acetat; Isopropyle (acetate d'); Isopropylester kyseliny octove; propan-2-yl acetate; propan-2-yl ethanoate; sec-Propyl acetate; 1-METHYLETHYL ACETATE; 1-Methylethyl acetate, 9CI; 1-Methylethyl ester of acetic acid; 1YOV1 [WLN]; 37998-83-7 [RN]; 37999-07-8 [RN]; 4-02-00-00141; 82517-25-7 [RN]; Acetate d'isopropyle; Acetic acid 1-methylethyl ester; acetic acid propan-2-yl ester; Acetic acid, 2-propyl ester; Acetic Acid; isopropyl ester; Acetic acid-isopropyl ester; EINECS 203-561-1; Isobutylacetate; Isopropile (acetato di); Isopropile (acetato di); Isopropyl (acetate d'); Isopropyl Acetate (Fragrance Grade); Isopropyl Acetate Reagent Grade; Isopropyl ester of acetic acid; Isopropyl(acetate d'); Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylacetate; Isopropyle (acetate d'); Isopropylester kyseliny octove; Paracetat; UN 1220; UNII:1Y67AFK870; UNII-1Y67AFK870; WLN: 1YOV1; 1-methylethyl acetate; 2-acetoxypropane; 2-methyl ethyl ethanoate; 2-propyl acetate; 2-propyl ethanoate; acetate of isopropyl; acetic acid 1-methylethyl ester; acetic acid isopropyl ester; acetic acid, 1-methylethyl ester; IPrAc; Isopropyl acetate; secondary-propyl acetate; secpropyl acetate; 1-Methylethyl acetate; 1-methylethyl acetate; 1-Methylethyl acetate, 9ci; 1-Methylethyl acetate, 9CI; 2-Acetoxypropane; 2-Propyl acetate; Acetic acid, 1-methylethyl ester; Acetic acid, 2-propyl ester; Acetic acid, isopropyl ester; CH3COOCH(CH3)2; FEMA 2926; Isopropile (acetato di); Isopropile(acetato di); Isopropyl acetate; Isopropyl acetate[UN1220] [Flammable liquid]; Isopropyl acetic acid; Isopropyl ester OF acetic acid; Isopropyl ester of acetic acid; Isopropyl ethanoate; Isopropylacetaat; Isopropylacetat; Isopropylacetat(german); Isopropylester kyseliny octove; Paracetat; Propan-2-yl acetic acid; Sec-propyl acetate; So-propyl acetate; A801824; ISOPROPYL ACETATE (1,1,1,3,3,3-D6); Isopropyl acetate [UN1220] [Flammable liquid]; I04-0213; Isopropyl acetate, puriss. p.a., >=99.5% (GC); J-002073; Isopropyl acetate, anhydrous, ZerO2(TM), >=99.6%; Z53832993; InChI=1/C5H10O2/c1-4(2)7-; (3)6/h4H,1-3H; IPA; 2-Propanol; Isopropyl Alcohol; ısopropanol; Isopropil Alkol; izopropilasetat; izo propil asetat; izopropil asetat; IZOPROPİLASETAT; IZOPROPILASETAT; İZOPROPİLASETAT;

DescriptioN : Isolated from ripening melons, apples, bananas, blackcurrants, other fruits and grape oiland is also present in cheddar cheese, soybean, beer, red wine, white wine and plum brandy. Flavouring ingredient Isopropyl acetate is a solvent with a wide variety of manufacturing uses that is miscible with most other organic solvents, and moderately soluble in water. It is used as a solvent for cellulose, plastics, oil and fats. It is a component of some printing inks and perfumes.; Isopropyl acetate is an ester, an organic compound which is the product of condensation of acetic acid and isopropanol. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a characteristic fruity odor. Isopropyl acetate is found in many foods, some of which are alcoholic beverages, milk and milk products, pulses, and apple. Isopropyl acetate is an ester, an organic compound which is the product of esterification of acetic acid and isopropanol. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a characteristic fruity odor. Isopropyl acetate is a solvent with a wide variety of manufacturing uses that is miscible with most other organic solvents, and moderately soluble in water. It is used as a solvent for cellulose, plastics, oil and fats. It is a component of some printing inks[4] and perfumes. Isopropyl acetate decomposes slowly on contact with steel in the presence of air, producing acetic acid and isopropanol. It reacts violently with oxidizing materials and it attacks many plastics. Isopropyl acetate is quite flammable in both its liquid and vapor forms, and it may be harmful if swallowed or inhaled. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has set a permissible exposure limit (PEL) of 250 ppm (950 mg/m3) over an eight-hour time-weighted average for workers handling isopropyl acetate. Isopropyl acetate is found in alcoholic beverages. Isopropyl acetate is isolated from ripening melons, apples, bananas, blackcurrants, other fruits and grape oil. Also present in cheddar cheese, soybean, beer, red wine, white wine and plum brandy. Isopropyl acetate is a flavouring ingredient Isopropyl acetate is a solvent with a wide variety of manufacturing uses that is miscible with most other organic solvents, and moderately soluble in water. It is used as a solvent for cellulose, plastics, oil and fats. It is a component of some printing inks and perfumes. Isopropyl acetate is an ester, an organic compound which is the product of condensation of acetic acid and isopropanol. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a characteristic fruity odor. Isopropyl acetate is an ester, an organic compound which is the product of esterification of acetic acid and isopropanol. It is a clear, colorless liquid with a characteristic fruity odor. Isopropyl acetate is a solvent with a wide variety of manufacturing uses that is miscible with most other organic solvents, and moderately soluble in water. It is used as a solvent for cellulose, plastics, oil and fats. It is a component of some printing inks and perfumes. Isopropyl acetate decomposes slowly on contact with steel in the presence of air, producing acetic acid and isopropanol.

 

IDENTIFICATION 
vapor density: 3.5 (vs air)
vapor pressure: 47 mmHg ( 20 °C)
assay: ≥99.6%
autoignition temp.: 894 °F
expl. lim.: 1.8 %, 37 °F
impurities: ≤0.005% Acetic acid
≤0.1% Water
≤0.2% 2-Propanol
refractive index : n20/D 1.377 (lit.)
bp : 85-91 °C(lit.)
mp : -73 °C (lit.)
solubility water: soluble 31.9 g/L at 20 °C
density :0.872 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)
Molecular Weight: 102.13 g/mol
Hydrogen Bond Donor Count: 0
Hydrogen Bond Acceptor Count: 2
Rotatable Bond Count: 2
Exact Mass: 102.06808 g/mol
Monoisotopic Mass: 102.06808 g/mol
Topological Polar Surface Area: 26.3 A^2
Heavy Atom Count: 7
Formal Charge: 0
Complexity: 66.5
Isotope Atom Count: 0
Defined Atom Stereocenter Count: 0
Undefined Atom Stereocenter Count: 0
Defined Bond Stereocenter Count: 0
Undefined Bond Stereocenter Count: 0
Covalently-Bonded Unit Count: 1
Compound Is Canonicalized: Yes
Appearance: Colorless clear liquid (est)
Assay: 99.00 to 100.00
Food Chemicals Codex Listed: Yes
Specific Gravity: 0.87200 to 0.87400 @ 20.00 °C.
Pounds per Gallon - (est).: 7.264 to 7.281
Refractive Index: 1.37600 to 1.37900 @ 20.00 °C.
Melting Point: -73.00 °C. @ 760.00 mm Hg
Boiling Point: 88.00 to 89.00 °C. @ 760.00 mm Hg
Acid Value: 2.00 max. KOH/g
Vapor Pressure: 60.665001 mmHg @ 25.00 °C. (est)
Vapor Density: 3.5 ( Air = 1 )
Flash Point: 62.00 °F. TCC ( 16.67 °C. )
logP (o/w): 1.139 (est)
Soluble in: alcohol, fixed oils, water, 30900 mg/L @ 20 °C (exp)
Insoluble in: water
Chemical Formula: C5H10O2
IUPAC Name: propan-2-yl acetate
Traditional Name: isopropyl acetate
CAS Registry Number: 108-21-4
Vapor Pressure: 47 mmHg ( 20 °C)
Explosion Limit: 1.8 %, 37 °F
Refractive Index: n20/D 1.377(lit.)
Vapor Density: 3.5 (vs air)
Autoignition Temperature: 894 °F
Boiling point: 85 °C
Stability: Stable. Flammable - note low flash point. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents, strong acids, nitrates, alkali metals. May attack some plastics and rubber.Analytical testing dots

Application
Isopropyl acetate may be employed as a model oxygenate compound to evaluate the catalytic efficiency of La0.8Sr0.2MnO3+x perovskite catalyst for the oxidation of various oxy-derivative compounds.[3] It may be used as an extracting reagent for the N,N-dimethyl-2-[5-(cyanomethyl)-1H-indol-3-yl]ethylamine. Coatings, Cleaning fluids, Printing inks, Cosmetic /personal care solvent,Fragrance solvent

 

 

Features: Non-HAP (Hazardous air pollutant) Solvent; Good resin solvent; Mild odor; Fast evaporating 
Substituents: Acetate salt, Carboxylic acid ester, Hydrocarbon derivative, Organooxygen compound, Carbonyl group, Aliphatic acyclic compound
Product Description.
Isopropyl acetate is used mainly as a solvent for rotogravure and flexographic printing inks.
Other applications include coatings, cleaning fluids, cosmetics, and fragrances.1,2 
Isopropyl acetate liquid and vapor are flammable. The product is stable at recommended
temperatures and pressures. Isopropyl acetate is incompatible with alkali metal hydroxides,
such as sodium hydroxide, as well as nitric acid and strong oxidizers, and contact should be
avoided.3
Eye contact with liquid isopropyl acetate may cause severe irritation and severe corneal
injury. Eye contact with vapor may cause mild discomfort and redness. Prolonged skin
contact may cause slight irritation with local redness and discomfort and possible drying or
flaking of the skin. It is unlikely to result in absorption of harmful amounts. Excessive
inhalation of isopropyl acetate vapors may cause irritation to the nose, throat, and lungs, as
well as central nervous system effects. In confined or poorly ventilated areas,
unconsciousness or death could occur.3
Isopropyl acetate is highly biodegradable, unlikely to bioaccumulate in the food chain, and is
practically non-toxic to fish and aquatic organisms.
Worker exposure is possible during manufacturing or other industrial processes using
isopropyl acetate. Consumers could be exposed by using cosmetics, fragrances, or other
products made with it.nt
Isopropyl acetate is broadly used as a solvent in commercial printing processes for: Exposure Potential
Isopropyl acetate is used in the production of industrial and consumer products. Based on the
uses for isopropyl acetate the public could be exposed through: Workplace exposure
Exposure can occur either in an isopropyl acetate manufacturing facility or in the various industrial or manufacturing facilities that use it. Those working with isopropyl acetate in manufacturing operations could be exposed during maintenance, sampling, testing, or other procedures. Each facility should have a thorough training program for employees and appropriate work processes and safety equipment in place to limit unnecessary exposure. Consumer exposure to products containing isopropyl acetate for direct consumer use. Consumers could be exposed to isopropyl acetate by using cosmetics or other products containing it. See Health Information. Isopropyl acetate may be released to air by evaporation from products that contain it. Although the substance is moderately soluble, when introduced to water, it will have a tendency to evaporate. Because the chemical is highly biodegradable, it will be treated by sewage treatment plants. Large release - Industrial spills or releases are infrequent and generally contained. If a large spill does occur, dike the area to contain the spilled material. Isolate the area and evacuate unnecessary personnel. Eliminate all sources of ignition. Ground and bond all containers and handling equipment. In case of fire - Keep people away and prevent unnecessary entry. Isopropyl acetate vapor is an explosion hazard. Vapors are heavier than air and may travel long distances and accumulate in low-lying areas. Wear positive-pressure, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and protective fire-fighting clothing or fight fire from a safe distance. Use water fog or fine spray, dry-chemical or carbon-dioxide fire extinguishers, or foam. Do not use a direct water stream as it may spread the fire. Follow emergency procedures carefully. Eye and Skin Contact - Eye contact with liquid isopropyl acetate may cause severe irritation and severe corneal injury. Eye contact with vapor may cause mild discomfort and redness. Prolonged skin contact may cause slight irritation with local redness and discomfort and possible drying or flaking of the skin. Prolonged contact is unlikely to result in absorption of harmful amounts. Inhalation - Excessive inhalation of isopropyl acetate vapors may cause irritation to the nose, throat, and lungs, as well as central nervous system effects. In confined or poorly ventilated areas, unconsciousness or death could occur. 
Ingestion - Isopropyl acetate has very low toxicity if small amounts are swallowed. Cancer and Birth Defect Information - This material did not cause cancer in laboratory animals. In laboratory tests isopropyl acetate has been toxic to the fetus at doses toxic to the mother, but is not expected to interfere with reproduction. This material was negative in in vitro and animal genetic toxicity studies. Isopropyl acetate is moderately volatile, and will evaporate from products that contain it. Although the substance is moderately soluble in water, it will have a tendency to evaporate from it. It has minimal tendency to bind to soil or sediment. Isopropyl acetate is unlikely to persist in the environment. The substance is highly biodegradable, which suggests the chemical will be removed from water and soil environments, including biological wastewater treatment plants. Isopropyl acetate is not likely to accumulate in the food chain (bioconcentration potential is low) and is practically nontoxic to fish and other aquatic organisms on an acute basis. Isopropyl acetate liquid and vapor are flammable. Isopropyl acetate vapors are heavier than air and can travel long distances, posing an explosion hazard. The material is stable at recommended storage and use temperatures. Store away from heat, sparks, and flame. Exposure to elevated temperatures can cause isopropyl acetate to decompose. Isopropyl acetate is incompatible with alkali metal hydroxides, such as sodium hydroxide, as well as nitric acid and strong oxidizers, and contact should be avoided. Regulations may exist that govern the manufacture, sale, transportation, use, and/or disposal of isopropyl acetate. These regulations may vary by city, state, country, or geographic region. 
HAZARD SUMMARY
* Isopropyl Acetate can affect you when breathed in.
* Contact can irritate and burn the eyes.
* Contact can cause severe skin burns. Repeated exposure can cause dryness and cracking of the skin.
* Breathing Isopropyl Acetate can irritate the nose, throat and lungs causing coughing, wheezing and/or shortness of breath.
* High exposure can cause headache, drowsiness, poor muscle coordination, unconsciousness and coma.
* Isopropyl Acetate may affect the liver.
* Isopropyl Acetate is a FLAMMABLE LIQUID and a DANGEROUS FIRE HAZARD.
IDENTIFICATION
Isopropyl Acetate is a colorless liquid with a fruity odor. It is used as a solvent for cellulose, plastics, oils and fats, and in printing inks and perfume.
REASON FOR CITATION
* Isopropyl Acetate is on the Hazardous Substance List because it is regulated by OSHA and cited by ACGIH, DOT, NIOSH and NFPA.
* This chemical is on the Special Health Hazard Substance List because it is FLAMMABLE.
* Definitions are provided on page 5.
HOW TO DETERMINE IF YOU ARE BEING
EXPOSED
The New Jersey Right to Know Act requires most employers to label chemicals in the workplace and requires public employers to provide their employees with information and training concerning chemical hazards and controls. The federal OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 1910.1200, requires private employers to provide similar training and information to their employees.
* Exposure to hazardous substances should be routinely evaluated. This may include collecting personal and area air samples. You can obtain copies of sampling results from your employer. You have a legal right to this information under OSHA 1910.1020.
* If you think you are experiencing any work-related health problems, see a doctor trained to recognize occupational diseases. Take this Fact Sheet with you.
* ODOR THRESHOLD = 4.1 ppm.
* The range of accepted odor threshold values is quite broad. Caution should be used in relying on odor alone as a warning of potentially hazardous exposures.
WORKPLACE EXPOSURE LIMITS
OSHA: The legal airborne permissible exposure limit (PEL) is 250 ppm averaged over an 8-hour
workshift.
NIOSH: No exposure limit has been established.
ACGIH: The recommended airborne exposure limit is 100 ppm averaged over an 8-hour workshift and 200 ppm as a STEL (short term exposure limit).
WAYS OF REDUCING EXPOSURE
* Where possible, enclose operations and use local exhaust ventilation at the site of chemical release. If local exhaust ventilation or enclosure is not used, respirators should be worn.
* Wear protective work clothing.
* Wash thoroughly immediately after exposure to Isopropyl Acetate and at the end of the workshift.
* Post hazard and warning information in the work area. In addition, as part of an ongoing education and training effort, communicate all information on the health and safety hazards of Isopropyl acetate to potentially exposed workers. 
This Fact Sheet is a summary source of information of all potential and most severe health hazards that may result from exposure. Duration of exposure, concentration of the substance and other factors will affect your susceptibility to any of the potential effects described below.
HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION
Acute Health Effects
The following acute (short-term) health effects may ocur immediately or shortly after exposure to Isopropyl Acetate:
* Contact can irritate and burn the eyes.
* Contact can cause severe skin burns.
* Breathing Isopropyl Acetate can irritate the nose, throat and lungs causing coughing, wheezing and/or shortness of breath.
* High exposure can cause headache, drowsiness, poor muscle coordination, unconsciousness and coma.
Chronic Health Effects
The following chronic (long-term) health effects can occur at some time after exposure to Isopropyl Acetate and can last for months or years:
Cancer Hazard
* According to the information presently available to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Isopropyl Acetate has not been tested for its ability to cause cancer in animals.
Reproductive Hazard
* According to the information presently available to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Isopropyl Acetate has not been tested for its ability to affect reproduction.
Other Long-Term Effects
* Repeated exposure can cause dryness and cracking of the skin.
* Isopropyl Acetate can irritate the lungs. Repeated exposure may cause bronchitis to develop with cough, phlegm, and/or shortness of breath.
* Isopropyl Acetate may affect the liver.
* This chemical has not been adequately evaluated to determine whether brain or other nerve damage could ocur with repeated exposure. However, many solvents and other petroleum-based chemicals have been shown to cause such damage. Effects may include reduced memory and
concentration, personality changes (withdrawal, irritability), fatigue, sleep disturbances, reduced coordination, and/or effects on nerves supplying internal organs (autonomic nerves) and/or nerves to the arms and legs (weakness, "pins and needles").
MEDICAL
Medical Testing
If symptoms develop or overexposure is suspected, the following are recommended:
* Lung function tests.
* Liver function tests.
* Evaluate for brain effects such as changes in memory, concentration, sleeping patterns and mood (especially irritability and social withdrawal), as well as headaches and fatigue. Consider evaluations of the cerebellar, autonomic and peripheral nervous systems. Positive and borderline individuals should be referred for neuropsychological testing. Any evaluation should include a careful history of past and present symptoms with an exam. Medical tests that look for damage already done are not a substitute for controlling exposure. Request copies of your medical testing. You have a legal right to this information under OSHA 1910.1020.
Mixed Exposures
* Because smoking can cause heart disease, as well as lung cancer, emphysema, and other espiratory problems, it may worsen respiratory conditions caused by chemical exposure. Even if you have smoked for a long time, stopping now will reduce your risk of developing health problems.
* Because more than light alcohol consumption can cause liver damage, drinking alcohol may increase the liver damage caused by Isopropyl Acetate.
WORKPLACE CONTROLS AND PRACTICES
Unless a less toxic chemical can be substituted for a hazardous substance, ENGINEERING CONTROLS are the most effective way of reducing exposure. The best protection is to enclose operations and/or provide local exhaust ventilation at the site of chemical release. Isolating operations can also reduce exposure. Using respirators or protective equipment is less effective than the controls mentioned above, but is sometimes necessary. In evaluating the controls present in your workplace, consider: (1) how hazardous the substance is, (2) how much of the substance is released into the workplace and (3) whether harmful skin or eye contact could occur. Special controls should be in place for highly toxic chemicals or when significant skin, eye, or breathing exposures are possible. In addition, the following controls are recommended: * Where possible, automatically pump liquid Isopropyl Acetate from drums or other storage containers to process containers. 
* Before entering a confined space where Isopropyl Acetate may be present, check to make sure that an explosive concentration does not exist. Good WORK PRACTICES can help to reduce hazardous exposures.
The following work practices are recommended:
* Workers whose clothing has been contaminated by Isopropyl Acetate should change into clean clothing promptly.
* Contaminated work clothes should be laundered by individuals who have been informed of the hazards of exposure to Isopropyl Acetate.
* Eye wash fountains should be provided in the immediate work area for emergency use.
* If there is the possibility of skin exposure, emergency shower facilities should be provided.
* On skin contact with Isopropyl Acetate, immediately wash or shower to remove the chemical. At the end of the workshift, wash any areas of the body that may have contacted Isopropyl Acetate, whether or not known skin contact has occurred.
* Do not eat, smoke, or drink where Isopropyl Acetate is handled, processed, or stored, since the chemical can be swallowed. Wash hands carefully before eating, drinking, smoking, or using the toilet.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT WORKPLACE CONTROLS ARE BETTER THAN PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. However, for some jobs (such as outside work, confined space entry, jobs done only once in a while, or jobs done while workplace controls are being installed), personal protective equipment may be appropriate. OSHA 1910.132 requires employers to determine the appropriate personal protective equipment for each hazard and to train employees on how and when to use protective equipment. The following recommendations are only guidelines and may not apply to every situation. Clothing 
* Avoid skin contact with Isopropyl Acetate. Wear solventresistant gloves and clothing. Safety equipment suppliers/ manufacturers can provide recommendations on the most protective glove/clothing material for your operation.
* All protective clothing (suits, gloves, footwear, headgear) should be clean, available each day, and put on before work.

 

 

Eye Protection
* Wear indirect-vent, impact and splash resistant goggles when working with liquids.
* Wear a face shield along with goggles when working with corrosive, highly irritating or toxic substances.
* Contact lenses should not be worn when working with this substance.
Respiratory Protection
IMPROPER USE OF RESPIRATORS IS DANGEROUS.
Such equipment should only be used if the employer has a written program that takes into account workplace conditions, requirements for worker training, respirator fit testing and medical exams, as described in OSHA 1910.134.
* Where the potential exists for exposure over 100 ppm, use a NIOSH approved supplied-air respirator with a full facepiece operated in a pressure-demand or other positivepressure mode. For increased protection use in combination with an auxiliary self-contained breathing apparatus operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode.
* Exposure to 1,800 ppm is immediately dangerous to life and health. If the possibility of exposure above 1,800 ppm exists, use a NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece operated in a pressuredemand or other positive-pressure mode equipped with an emergency escape air cylinder.
HANDLING AND STORAGE
* Prior to working with Isopropyl Acetate you should be trained on its proper handling and storage.
* Isopropyl Acetate is not compatible with OXIDIZING AGENTS (such as PERCHLORATES, PEROXIDES,
PERMANGANATES, CHLORATES, NITRATES, CHLORINE, BROMINE and FLUORINE); STRONG ACIDS (such as HYDROCHLORIC, SULFURIC and NITRIC); STRONG BASES (such as SODIUM HYDROXIDE and POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE); and COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
* Store in tightly closed containers in a cool, well-ventilated area away from MOISTURE and HEAT.
* Sources of ignition, such as smoking and open flames, are prohibited where Isopropyl Acetate is used, handled, or stored.
* Metal containers involving the transfer of Isopropyl Acetate should be grounded and bonded.
* Use only non-sparking tools and equipment, especially when opening and closing containers of Isopropyl Acetate.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Q: If I have acute health effects, will I later get chronic health effects?
A: Not always. Most chronic (long-term) effects result from repeated exposures to a chemical.
Q: Can I get long-term effects without ever having shortterm effects?
A: Yes, because long-term effects can occur from repeated exposures to a chemical at levels not high enough to make you immediately sick. 
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Q: What are my chances of getting sick when I have been exposed to chemicals?
A: The likelihood of becoming sick from chemicals is increased as the amount of exposure increases. This is determined by the length of time and the amount of material to which someone is exposed.
Q: When are higher exposures more likely?
A: Conditions which increase risk of exposure include physical and mechanical processes (heating, pouring, spraying, spills and evaporation from large surface areas such as open containers), and "confined space" exposures (working inside vats, reactors, boilers, small rooms, etc.).
Q: Is the risk of getting sick higher for workers than for community residents?
A: Yes. Exposures in the community, except possibly in cases of fires or spills, are usually much lower than those found in the workplace. However, people in the community may be exposed to Contaminated water as well as to chemicals in the air over long periods. This may be a problem for 
Industrial Hygiene Information
Industrial hygienists are available to answer your questions regarding the control of chemical exposures using exhaust ventilation, special work practices, good housekeeping, good hygiene practices, and personal protective equipment including respirators. In addition, they can help to interpret the results of industrial hygiene survey data.
Medical Evaluation
If you think you are becoming sick because of exposure to chemicals at your workplace, you may call personnel at the Department of Health and Senior Services, Occupational Health Service, who can help you find the information you need.
Public Presentations
Presentations and educational programs on occupational health or the Right to Know Act can be organized for labor unions, trade associations and other groups.

 

 

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DEFINITIONS
ACGIH is the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists. It recommends upper limits (called TLVs) for exposure to workplace chemicals.
A carcinogen is a substance that causes cancer.
The CAS number is assigned by the Chemical Abstracts Service to identify a specific chemical.
CFR is the Code of Federal Regulations, which consists of the regulations of the United States government.
A combustible substance is a solid, liquid or gas that will burn. A corrosive substance is a gas, liquid or solid that causes irreversible damage to human tissue or containers.
A fetus is an unborn human or animal.
A flammable substance is a solid, liquid, vapor or gas that will ignite easily and burn rapidly.
The flash point is the temperature at which a liquid or solid gives off vapor that can form a flammable mixture with air.
IARC is the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a scientific group that classifies chemicals according to their cancer-causing potential. IRIS is the Integrated Risk Information System database of the federal EPA. A miscible substance is a liquid or gas that will evenly dissolve in another. It is a measure of concentration (weight/volume). A mutagen is a substance that causes mutations. A mutation is a change in the genetic material in a body cell. Mutations can lead to birth defects, miscarriages, or cancer. NAERG is the North American Emergency Response Guidebook. It was jointly developed by Transport Canada, the United States Department of Transportation and the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation of Mexico. It is a guide for first responders to quickly identify the specific or generic hazards of material involved in a transportation incident, and to protect themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of the incident. NFPA is the National Fire Protection Association. It classifies substances according to their fire and explosion hazard. NIOSH is the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. It tests equipment, evaluates and approves respirators, conducts studies of workplace hazards, and proposes standards to OSHA. NTP is the National Toxicology Program which tests chemicals and reviews evidence for cancer. OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which adopts and enforces health and safety standards. PEL is the Permissible Exposure Limit which is enforceable by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. PIH is a DOT designation for chemicals which are Poison Inhalation Hazards.
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Common Name: ISOPROPYL ACETATE
DOT Number: UN 1220
FIRE HAZARDS
* Isopropyl Acetate is a FLAMMABLE LIQUID.
* Use dry chemical, CO2, alcohol or polymer foam extinguishers, as water may not be effective in fighting fires.
* POISONOUS GASES ARE PRODUCED IN FIRE.
* CONTAINERS MAY EXPLODE IN FIRE.
* Use water spray to keep fire-exposed containers cool.
* Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.
* Vapor is heavier than air and may travel a distance to cause a fire or explosion far from the source.
* If employees are expected to fight fires, they must be trained and equipped as stated in OSHA 1910.156.
SPILLS AND EMERGENCIES
If Isopropyl Acetate is spilled or leaked, take the following steps:
* Evacuate persons not wearing protective equipment from area of spill or leak until clean-up is complete.
* Remove all ignition sources.
* Cover with an activated charcoal adsorbent and place in covered containers for disposal.
* Ventilate and wash area after clean-up is complete.
* Keep Isopropyl Acetate out of a confined space, such as a sewer, because of the possibility of an explosion, unless the sewer is designed to prevent the build-up of explosive concentrations.
* It may be necessary to contain and dispose of Isopropyl Acetate as a HAZARDOUS WASTE. Contact your state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) or your regional office of the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for specific recommendations.
* If employees are required to clean-up spills, they must be properly trained and equipped. OSHA 1910.120(q) may be applicable.
FOR LARGE SPILLS AND FIRES immediately call your fire department. You can request emergency information from the following:
FIRST AID
For POISON INFORMATION 
Eye Contact
* Immediately flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes, occasionally lifting upper and lower lids. Seek medical attention immediately. Skin Contact 
* Remove contaminated clothing. Wash contaminated skin with soap and water.
Breathing
* Remove the person from exposure.
* Begin rescue breathing (using universal precautions) if breathing has stopped and CPR if heart action has stopped.
* Transfer promptly to a medical facility.
PHYSICAL DATA
Vapor Pressure: 42 mm Hg at 68oF (20oC)
Flash Point: 36oF (2oC)
Water Solubility: Slightly soluble

 

İzopropil asetat, asetik asit ile izopropanolün esterifikasyonunun bir ürünü olan bir esterdir. İzopropil asetat hem sıvı hem de buhar biçiminde oldukça yanıcıdır. İzopropil asetat, çoğu diğer organik çözücülerle karışabilen ve suda ılımlı olarak çözünen çok çeşitli imalat kullanımlarına sahip bir çözücüdür. İzopropil asetat, selüloz, plastik, yağ ve katı yağlar için bir çözücü olarak kullanılır. İzopropil asetat, gıda sanayinde ve bilhassa gıda aromalarında solvent ajan olarak kullanılır. İzo propil asetat matbaa mürekkebi imalatında da kullanılmaktadır. İzopropenil asetat, asetonun bir enol asetatıdır. Selüloz, plastik, yağ ve katı yağlar için bir çözücü olarak kullanılır. İzopropenil asetat ayrıca çeşitli organik sentez için bir yapı taşı olabilir. İzopropil Asetat, İzopropil Asetat, asetonun totomerinin asetat esteri olan organik bir bileşiktir. İzopropil Asetat, İzopropil Asetat renksiz sıvıdır ve asetilaseton için başlıca öncü olarak ticari olarak önemlidir. Organik sentezde, diodes'tan ketonlar ve asetonidlerin enol asetatlarının hazırlanması için İzopropil Asetat, İzopropil Asetat kullanılır.

 


EINECS No: 200-661-7
Kimyasal Formülü : C3H8O
Görünüm : Şeffaf Sıvı
Saflık, %: 99,9
Yoğunluk (Kg/Litre): 0,78 - 0,79
Parlama Noktası, °C: 12 °C
Kaynama Noktası, °C: 82 - 83 °C
Asitik değer, %: 0,001
Molekül Ağırlığı : 60,1
Tutuşma sıcaklığı : 439 ° C DIN 51794
Çözünürlük : 34 g / l (20 ° C)
Erime noktası: -93 ° C
Molar kütle: 100.12 g / mol
Yoğunluk: 0.92 g / cm3 (20 ° C)
PH değeri: 3 (34 g / l, H20, 20 ° C)
Kaynama noktası: 97 ° C (1013 hPa)
Buhar basıncı: 23 hPa (20 ° C)
Patlama limiti: 1.8% (V)
Alevlenme noktası: 9 ° C
Kırılma indisi: 1.4 (20 ° C, 589 nm)
Görünüm: Renksiz şeffaf sıvı
Renk (Pt-Co) ≤ : 20
İçerik% ≥ : 99,0
Nem% ≤: 0.10
Asit içeriği (Asetik asit ile)% ≤ : 0.10
Yüksek kazanlar% ≤: 0.10
Yoğunluk (20 o C) G / cm 3 : 0,905-0,910
Aseton% ≤ : 1.0
İzopropenil Asetat Kullanım ve uygulamaları:
Saf İzopropenil Asetat hem farmasötik olarak hem de esas olarak, fluokinolon asetonid (fiuccinolone acetonide, fluocinonide) serisinde rafine edilmiş çözücü, fluocinolone acetonide merhem çözücüsü, elektronik sınıf solvent, vb. Gibi yaygın olarak kullanılan bir organik solventtir.Fengchen Group, İzopropil Asetat, İzopropil Asetat'ın Çin'den lider tedarikçisidir. Toptan ve dökme miktarlarda uzmanlaşarak, tüm müşterilerimizin ihtiyaç duydukları anda Isopropenyl Acetate, Isopropyl Acetate'in doğru tedarikçisine sahip olmalarını sağlarız. İzopropil Asetat, İzopropil Asetat almaya veya satın alacağınız zaman lütfen Acar Kimya Grubuna dönün. 
İzopropenil asetat Depolama ve taşıma: 
İzopropenil asetat oksitleyici ajanlardan uzak tutmalıdır. Kabı iyi sızdırmaz halde tutun ve serin, kuru ve iyi havalandırılmış bir durumda muhafaza edin. Isopropenyl Acetate, Isopropyl Acetate CAS 108-22-5 arıyorsanız, lütfen bizimle iletişime geçiniz. Biz bir lider ve profesyonel Çin üreticileri ve tedarikçileri bu alanda bulunmaktadır. Rekabetçi fiyat ve iyi satış sonrası hizmet mevcuttur.

 

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