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Acetyl Chloride

Acetyl Chloride

125 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • HS Code 29159010
  • Storage Room Temperature
  • Form Liquid
  • Purity 99 %
  • Chemical Name Acetyl Chloride
  • CAS No 75-36-5
  • Usage Acetyl chloride is used for acetylation reactions, i.e., the introduction of an acetyl group. Acetyl is an acyl group having the formula-C(=O)-CH3. For further information on the types of chemical reactions compounds such as acetyl chloride can undergo, see acyl halide. Two major classes of acetylations include esterification and the Friedel-Crafts reaction.
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Acetyl Chloride Price And Quantity

  • 125 INR/Kilograms
  • 400 Kilograms

Acetyl Chloride Product Specifications

  • 75-36-5
  • 29159010
  • Room Temperature
  • Liquid
  • 99 %
  • Acetyl Chloride
  • Acetyl chloride is used for acetylation reactions, i.e., the introduction of an acetyl group. Acetyl is an acyl group having the formula-C(=O)-CH3. For further information on the types of chemical reactions compounds such as acetyl chloride can undergo, see acyl halide. Two major classes of acetylations include esterification and the Friedel-Crafts reaction.

Acetyl Chloride Trade Information

  • Ex Bhiwandi,Maharshtra
  • 21000 Kilograms Per Day
  • 1 Days
  • 200 Kgs Drum

Product Description

 Acetyl chloride (CH3COCl) is an acyl chloride derived from acetic acid. It belongs to the class of organic compounds called acid halides. It is a colorless, corrosive, volatile liquid. Its formula is commonly abbreviated to AcCl.

Acetyl chloride is produced in the laboratory by the reaction of acetic acid with chlorodehydrating agents such as PCl3, PCl5, SO2Cl2, phosgene, or SOCl2. However, these methods usually give acetyl chloride contaminated by phosphorus or sulfur impurities, which may interfere with the organic reactions.[5]

Acetyl chloride is used for acetylation reactions, i.e., the introduction of an acetyl group. Acetyl is an acyl group having the formula-C(=O)-CH3. For further information on the types of chemical reactions compounds such as acetyl chloride can undergo, see acyl halide.

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