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Methyl Iso Butyl Ketone
|Purity %||> 99%|
|Packaging Details||200 litres Drum|
|Grade Standard||Industrial Grade|
|Usage/Application||printing ink manufacturing, production of rubber, solvent in paints and lacquers, production of surface coating|
|Synonyms||Isopropyl acetone, 4 Methyl 2 Pentanone, Isobutyl methyl ketone, Hexone|
Methyl iso butyl ketone (also known as MIBK, methyl isobutyl ketone, and mono-iso butyl ketone) is a clear, colourless liquid with a characteristic ketone odour. It has the chemical formula C6H12 and is slightly soluble in water and is miscible with most organic solvents.
Used widely as a solvent for nitrocellulose, lacquers & certain polymers and resins, the specified range is procured from certified vendors. We make our deliveries in protective packaging and under cost-effective budget.
* Optimum stability
* Accurate composition
* Longer-shelf life
|Make||India, Taiwan, Korea|
|Packaging Type||Barrels : 190 KGS|
Cyclohexanone (also known as oxocyclohexane, pimelic ketone, cyclohexyl ketone, and CYC) is a clear oily liquid that has a colourless to light yellow tinge and a pungent odour. It is a sixcarbon cyclic molecule belonging to the class of cyclic ketones (organic compounds) with the formula C6H10O.
It is slightly soluble in water, completely miscible with common solvents and reacts with oxidants such as nitric acid. It occurs naturally in crude oils and is also produced synthetically, in large quantities, as it is a key intermediate in the production of nylon.Technical Properties
Chemical and physical properties of cyclohexanone:
Molecular Formula: C6H10O / (CH2)5CO
Synonyms: Ketohexamethylene, oxocyclohexane, sextone, pimelic ketone, pimelin ketone, cyclohexyl ketone, Hydrol-O, anone, CYC.
Cas Number: 108-94-1
Molecular Mass: 98.14 g/mol
Exact Mass: 98.073165 g/mol
Flashpoint: 111°F / 43.9
Boiling Point: 312.1 ° F / 155.6 at 760 mm Hg
Melting Point: 3 ° F/ -16.1 ° C
Vapour Pressure: 101.7° F at 10 mm Hg
Water Solubility: 50 to 100 mg/mL at 64° F
Density: 0.945 at 68 °F