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Amyl Butyrate

Ethyl Butyrate

Pentyl butyrate

Methyl Butyrate

Sodium Butyrate

Abietic Acid

Acrylic acid

Adipic Acid

Alginic Acid

Anthranilic Acid

Arsenic Acid

Ascorbic Acid

Aspartic Acid

Butyric Acid

Caprylic Acid

Carbonic Acid

Cinnamic Acid

Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid

Formic Acid

Fumaric Acid

Glutamic Acid

Glutaric Acid

Homophthalic Acid

Humic Acid

Oleic Acid

Orotic acid

Perchloric Acid

Periodic Acid

Picolinic Acid

Salicylic Acid

Sorbic Acid

Succinic Acid

Tartaric Acid

Tungstic Acid


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Amyl Butyrate

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Amyl Butyrate

CAS No        540-18-1

Application / Uses Preparation
It is commonly used as artificial flavoring such as pineapple flavoring in alcoholic beverages (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.





Ethyl Butyrate

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Ethyl Butyrate

CAS No        105-54-4

Application / Uses Preparation
It is commonly used as artificial flavoring such as pineapple flavoring in alcoholic beverages (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.





Pentyl butyrate

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Pentyl butyrate

CAS No        540-18-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Pentyl butyrate, is an ester that is formed when pentanol is reacted with butyric acid,[1] usually in the presence of sulfuric acid as a catalyst. This ester has a smell reminiscent of pear or apricot. This chemical is used as an additive in cigarettes.





Methyl Butyrate

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Methyl Butyrate

CAS No        623-42-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Methyl butyrate, is 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 Butyrate

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Sodium Butyrate

CAS No        156-54-7

Application / Uses Preparation
It is commonly used as artificial flavoring such as pineapple flavoring in alcoholic beverages (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.





Abietic Acid

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Abietic Acid

CAS No        514-10-3

Application / Uses Preparation
Abietic acid , is the primary irritant in pine wood and resin, isolated from rosin (via isomerization) and is the most abundant of several closely-related organic acids that constitute most of rosin, the solid portion of the oleoresin of coniferous trees. Its ester is called an abietate.





Acrylic acid

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Acrylic acid

CAS No        79-10-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Acrylic acid is an organic compound . It is the simplest unsaturated carboxylic acid, consisting of a vinyl group connected directly to a carboxylic acid terminus. This colorless liquid has a characteristic acrid or tart smell. It is miscible with water, alcohols, ethers, and chloroform. More than one billion kilograms are produced annually





Adipic Acid

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Adipic Acid

CAS No        124-04-9

Application / Uses Preparation
Adipic acid is the organic compound . From the industrial perspective, it is the most important dicarboxylic acid: About 2.5 billion kilograms of this white crystalline powder are produced annually, mainly as a precursor for the production of nylon. Adipic acid otherwise rarely occurs in nature.[





Alginic Acid

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Alginic Acid

CAS No        9005-32-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Alginic acid, is an anionic polysaccharide distributed widely in the cell walls of brown algae, where it, through binding water, forms a viscous gum. In extracted form it absorbs water quickly; it is capable of absorbing 200-300 times its own weight in water.[1] Its colour ranges from white to yellowish-brown. It is sold in filamentous, granular or powdered forms.





Anthranilic Acid

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Anthranilic Acid

CAS No        118-92-3

Application / Uses Preparation
Anthranilic acid is the organic compound. This amino acid is white solid when pure, although commercial samples may appear yellow. The molecule consists of a benzene ring with two adjacent functional groups, a carboxylic acid and an amine. It is sometimes referred to as vitamin L.





Arsenic Acid

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Arsenic Acid

CAS No        7778-39-4

Application / Uses Preparation
Arsenic acid is the chemical compound with the formula H3AsO4. More descriptively written as AsO(OH)3, this colorless acid is the arsenic analogue of phosphoric acid. Arsenate and phosphate salts behave very similarly. Arsenic acid as such has not been isolated, but only found in solution where it is largely ionized. Its hemihydrate form (H3AsO4·½H2O) does form stable crystals. Crystalline samples dehydrate with condensation at 100 °C.





Ascorbic Acid

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Ascorbic Acid

CAS No        50-81-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Ascorbic acid is a sugar acid with antioxidant properties. Its appearance is white to light-yellow crystals or powder, and it is water-soluble. One form of ascorbic acid is commonly known as vitamin C. The name is derived from a- (meaning "no") and scorbutus (scurvy), the disease caused by a deficiency of vitamin C.





Aspartic Acid

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Aspartic Acid

CAS No        617-45-8

Application / Uses Preparation
Aspartic acid is an α-amino acid . The carboxylate anion, salt, or ester of aspartic acid is known as aspartate. The L-isomer of aspartate is one of the 20 proteinogenic amino acids, i.e., the building blocks of proteins. Its codons are GAU and GAC.





Butyric Acid

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Butyric Acid

CAS No        107-92-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Butyric acid , is a carboxylic acid . Salts and esters of butyric acid are known as butyrates or butanoates. Butyric acid is found in butter, parmesan cheese, vomit, and as a product of anaerobic fermentation. It has an unpleasant smell and acrid taste, with a sweetish aftertaste . It can be detected by mammals with good scent detection abilities at 10 ppb, whereas humans can detect it in concentrations above 10 ppm.





Caprylic Acid

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Caprylic Acid

CAS No        124-07-2

Application / Uses Preparation
Caprylic acid is the common name for the eight-carbon saturated fatty acid known by the systematic name octanoic acid. It is found naturally in the milk of various mammals, and it is a minor constituent of coconut oil and palm kernel oil.[1] It is an oily liquid that is minimally soluble in water with a slightly unpleasant rancid-like smell.





Carbonic Acid

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Carbonic Acid

CAS No        463-79-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Carbonic acid is the inorganic compound . It is also a name sometimes given to solutions of carbon dioxide in water, because such solutions contain small amounts of H2CO3. Carbonic acid salts forms two kinds of salts, the carbonates and the bicarbonates. It is a weak acid.





Cinnamic Acid

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Cinnamic Acid

CAS No        140-10-3

Application / Uses Preparation
Cinnamic acid is used in flavours, synthetic indigo, and certain pharmaceuticals, though its primary use is in the manufacturing of the methyl, ethyl, and benzyl esters for the perfume industry. Cinnamic acid has a "honey, floral odor" (Merck Index); it and its more volatile ethyl ester (ethyl cinnamate) are flavour components in the essential oil of cinnamon, in which related cinnamaldehyde is the major constituent.





Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid

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Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid

CAS No        60-00-4

Application / Uses Preparation
Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, is a polyamino carboxylic acid and a colourless, water-soluble solid. Its conjugate base is named ethylenediaminetetraacetate. It is widely used to dissolve scale. Its usefulness arises because of its role as a hexadentate ligand and chelating agent. After being bound by EDTA, metal ions remain in solution but exhibit diminished reactivity.





Formic Acid

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Formic Acid

CAS No        64-18-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Formic acid is the simplest carboxylic acid. It is an important intermediate in chemical synthesis and occurs naturally, most notably in the venom of bee and ant stings. In fact, its name comes from the Latin word for ant, formica, referring to its early isolation by the distillation of ant bodies. Esters, salts, and the anion derived from formic acid are referred to as formates.





Fumaric Acid

Fumaric Acid

CAS No        110-17-8

Application / Uses Preparation
Fumaric acid ia the chemical compound. This white crystalline compound is one of two isomeric unsaturated dicarboxylic acids, the other being maleic acid, wherein the carboxylic acid groups are cis [= (Z)]. It has a fruit-like taste. The salts and esters of fumaric acid are known as fumarates.





Glutamic Acid

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Glutamic Acid

CAS No        617-65-2

Application / Uses Preparation
Glutamic acid is one of the 20 proteinogenic amino acids. It is a non-essential amino acid. The carboxylate anions and salts of glutamic acid are known as glutamates. In neuroscience, glutamate is an important neurotransmitter which plays a key role in long-term potentiation and is important for learning and memory.





Glutaric Acid

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Glutaric Acid

CAS No        110-94-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Glutaric acid is the organic compound with the formula HO2C(CH2)3CO2H. Although the related "linear" dicarboxylic acids adipic and succinic acids are water-soluble only to a few percent at room temperature, the water-solubility of glutaric acid is over 50%.





Homophthalic Acid

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Homophthalic Acid

CAS No        89-51-0

Application / Uses Preparation
It is important to control the temperature of this oxidation. If the oxidation is carried out at the reflux temperature, the yield of purified acid drops to about 52–54%.





Humic Acid

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Humic Acid

CAS No        1415-93-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Humic acid is a principal component of humic substances, which are the major organic constituents of soil (humus), peat, coal, many upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and ocean water.[1] It is produced by biodegradation of dead organic matter. It is not a single acid; rather, it is a complex mixture of many different acids containing carboxyl and phenolate groups so that the mixture behaves functionally as a dibasic acid or, occasionally, as a tribasic acid.





Oleic Acid

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Oleic Acid

CAS No        112-80-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Oleic acid is an odorless, colourless oil. The trans-isomer of oleic acid is called elaidic acid . The term Oleic means related to, or derived from, oil or olive.





Orotic acid

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Orotic acid

CAS No        65-86-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Orotic acid is a heterocyclic compound and an acid. It was once believed to be part of the vitamin B complex and was called vitamin B13, but it is now known that it is not a vitamin but is instead manufactured in the body by intestinal flora.





Perchloric Acid

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Perchloric Acid

CAS No        7601-90-3

Application / Uses Preparation
Perchloric acid is the inorganic compound with the formula HClO4. Usually encountered as an aqueous solution, this colourless compound is a strong acid comparable in strength to sulfuric and nitric acids, as well as a powerful oxidizing agent. It is useful for preparing perchlorate salts, especially ammonium perchlorate, an important rocket fuel. Perchloric acid is also dangerously corrosive and readily forms explosive mixtures.





Periodic Acid

Periodic Acid

CAS No        10450-60-9

Application / Uses Preparation
There being two forms of periodic acid, it follows that two types of periodate salts are formed. For example, sodium metaperiodate, NaIO4, can be synthesised from HIO4 whilst sodium orthoperiodate, Na5IO6 can be synthesised from H5IO6. Metaperiodates have solubilities and chemical properties similar to perchlorates (similar but larger ion size) though they are less oxidizing than perchlorates.





Picolinic Acid

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Picolinic Acid

CAS No        98-98-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Picolinic acid is a pyridine compound with a carboxyl side chain at the 2-position. It is an isomer of nicotinic acid, which has the carboxyl side chain at the 3-position. It is a catabolite of the amino acid tryptophan.





Salicylic Acid

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Salicylic Acid

CAS No        69-72-7

Application / Uses Preparation
Salicylic acid is a monohydroxybenzoic acid, a type of phenolic acid and a beta hydroxy acid. This colorless crystalline organic acid is widely used in organic synthesis and functions as a plant hormone. It is derived from the metabolism of salicin. In addition to being a compound that is chemically similar to but not identical to the active component of aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid), it is probably best known for its use in anti-acne treatments. The salts and esters of salicylic acid are known as salicylates.





Sorbic Acid

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Sorbic Acid

CAS No        110-44-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Sorbic acid, is a natural organic compound used as a food preservative. It has the chemical formula C6H8O2. It is a colourless solid that is slightly soluble in water and sublimes readily. It was first isolated from the unripe berries of Rowan (Sorbus aucuparia), hence its name.





Succinic Acid

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Succinic Acid

CAS No        110-15-6

Application / Uses Preparation
Succinic acid is a dicarboxylic acid. Succinate plays a biochemical role in the citric acid cycle. The name derives from Latin succinum, meaning amber, from which the acid may be obtained.





Tartaric Acid

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Tartaric Acid

CAS No        526-83-0

Application / Uses Preparation
Tartaric acid is a white crystalline diprotic organic acid. It occurs naturally in many plants, particularly grapes, bananas, and tamarinds, and is one of the main acids found in wine. It is added to other foods to give a sour taste, and is used as an antioxidant. Salts of tartaric acid are known as tartrates. It is a dihydroxy derivative of succinic acid.





Tungstic Acid

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Tungstic Acid

CAS No        7883-03-1

Application / Uses Preparation
Tungstic acid refers to hydrated forms of tungsten trioxide, WO3. The simplest form, the monohydrate, is WO3.H2O, the dihydrate WO3.2H2O is also known. The solid state structure of WO3.H2O consists of layers of octahedrally coordinated WO5(H2O) units where 4 vertices are shared.[1] the dihydrate has the same layer structure with the extra H2O molecule intercalated between the layers







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