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Propanol is a three-carbon saturated aliphatic alcohol.
The formula of normal propanol (n-propanol) is CH3CH2CH2OH and it is also called 1-propanol.
1-Propanol is colorless, fluid, toxic and has a pungent, unpleasant odor.
1-Propanol is soluble in water and organic solvents.
1-Propanol is obtained as a byproduct.
1-propanol is most commonly used as a solvent.
1-Propanol is used as a chemical intermediate.

CAS number: 71-23-8
Molecular Formula: C3H8O
Molecular Mass: 60.096 g/mol-1
EC number: 200-746-9

Isopropyl, also known as 1-propanol.
1-Propanol alcohol is an organic substance that is important in industry.
1-Propanol is produced widely in the world.
1-Propanol is a colorless, fluid, pungent-smelling liquid.
1-Propanol is obtained by hydrogenating propylene with water and sulfuric acid.
1-Propanol is used to obtain acetone.
1-Propanol is used as another solvent.
1-Propanol is used as antifreeze.

1-propanol has the formula CH3CH2CH2OH.
1-Propanol is the primary alcohol.
1-Propanol is sometimes represented as PrOH or n-PrOH.
1-Propanol is a colorless liquid.
1-Propanol is an isomer of 1-propanol and 2-propanol.

1-Propanol occurs naturally in small amounts during many fermentation processes.
In the pharmaceutical industry it is mainly a solvent for resins and cellulose esters.
1-Propanol is also sometimes used as a disinfecting agent.

1-propanol is a three-carbon saturated aliphatic alcohol.
In terms of its properties, it has a structure very similar to ethyl alcohol.
1-Propanol is a colorless, fluid and poisonous liquid.
1-Propanol chemically exhibits reactions characteristic of primary alcohols.
1-Propanol occurs in nature in small amounts during fermentation.

1-propanol is generally produced by hydrogenation of propionaldehyde.
Oxo method is used in the production of 1-Propanol.
1-Propanol is used as a solvent and antifreeze.
1-Propanol is a very suitable solvent for resins and cellulose esters.

In some cases, it is also used in the production of medicines and disinfectants.
1-Propanol is a good fuel.
1-Propanol is very suitable for use thanks to its high octane.
1-Propanol is not used as fuel except in special cases due to its high production cost.
1-propanol is an important organic substance used in industry.
1-propanol is known as a potent inhibitor of hydrate formation.

Clathrate hydrates of ethanol and 1-propanol can be formed in the presence of 1-propanol auxiliary gases.
They are non-polar solute species buried beneath amorphous solid water films.
1-Propanol is released during crystallization.
They tend to resist water crystallization under the coexistence of 1-propanol methanol additives.

1-propanol has a strong musty odor, like alcohol.
1-Propanol appears as a clear, colorless liquid.
Flash point 53-77 °F. 700 °F .
1-Propanol ignites spontaneously at high temperature.
1-Propanol vapors are heavier than air.
1-Propanol and is mildly irritating to the eyes, nose and throat.
Density approximately 6.5 lb/gal.
1-Propanol in the cosmetic industry; It is used in skin and hair preparations and perfumes.
1-Propanol is used in cleaning agents to make soaps, glass cleaners, acetone and other chemicals and products.
1-propanol shows the normal reactions of primary alcohol.
Thus, it can be converted to alkyl halides.
1-propanol is produced by catalytic hydrogenation of propionaldehyde.
1-Propanol is the catalyst.
1-Propanol is produced by the orso method.

H2C = CH2 + CO + H2 → CH3CH2CH = O

1-propanol has a high octane number.
1-Propanol is suitable for use as engine fuel.
However, propanol is too expensive to be used as motor fuel.
1-propanol is a primary alcohol to which the presence of OH binds.
N-propanol (CH3CH2CH2OH) is one of the two isomers of propanol (C3H80).
1-Propanol has a typical strong musty odor, comparable to the smell of alcohol.
1-Propanol is a clear, colorless transparent liquid.

Flash point: 77 °F / 22 °C
Boiling Point: 207 °F (at 760 mm Hg) / 97.2 °C
Melting Point: -195 °F / -126 °C
Vapor Pressure: 1.99 kPa (at 20 °C)
Water Solubility: miscible
Density: 0.803 g/mL
Daily P: 0.329

1-propanol has an NFPA health rating of 1.
1-Propanol causes irritation in your eyes, nose, and throat.
High levels of exposure may cause burning, nausea, headache, and dizziness.
1-propanol vapors are heavier than air.
1-Propanol can also irritate and burn.
1-Propanol is easily flammable at most ambient temperatures.
1-Propanol has a flammability rating of 3.
The degree of instability is 0.
1-Propanol shows that 1-propanol will remain stable even under fire conditions.

1-propanol, alcohol and polyol are included in the reactive groups.
Reacts with alkali metal, nitrides, oxoacids and carboxylic acids.
1-Propanol is not reactive with strong oxidizing agents.

1-Propanol reacts in the same way as primary alcohols.
1-Propanol can be converted to chromic acids.
1-propanol alcohol is often used for regulatory purposes.
1-Propanol is stored in bulk at a petrochemical storage facility.
1-Propanol is made in a facility away from oxidizing agents.
1-Propanol should be kept away from heat and open flame.
1-Propanol can be stored in barrel containers.
1-propanol alcohol is exported by bulk carriers or tanker trucks.

1-propanol is a beta blocker.
Beta blockers affect the heart and circulation.
Propranolol is used to treat tremors, angina, hypertension, heart rhythm disturbances, and other heart or circulatory conditions.
1-Propanol is also used to treat or prevent heart attack and reduce the severity and frequency of migraine headaches.


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n-Propyl alcohol
osmosol extra
propyl alcohol
1-Propyl alcohol
alcohol, propyl
Ethyl carbinol
Alcohol propilico
Alcohol propylate
propyl alcohol
n-Propyl alcohol
Propyl alcohol, regular
Caswell No.709A
FEMA No.2928
FEMA Number 2928
Propyl alcohol (natural)
Propyl alcohol, n-
Propyl-d7 alcohol
NSC 30300
CCRIS 3202
EINECS 200-746-9
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 047502
BRN 1098242
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