Water Treatment Chemicals

ACETYL CHLORIDE

CAS NO.: 75-36-5

Molecular formula: CH3COCl                       Molecular weight: 78.50

Structural Formula:

Specification:

Items Index
Appearance Clear, colorless fuming liquid
Content(direct injection by GC) 99.0% min

Usage:

Acyl is a radical formed from an organic acid by removal of a hydroxyl group. The general formula of acyl compound is RCO-. Acyl halide is one of a large group of organic substances containing the halocarbonyl group, have the general formula RCO•X, where X is a halogen atom (fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astatine) and R may be aliphatic, alicyclic, aromatic, and H etc. In substitutive chemical nomenclature, their names are formed by adding '-oyl' as a suffix to the name of the parent compound; ethanoyl chloride, CH3COCl, is an example. The terms acyl and aroyl halides refer to aliphatic or aromatic derivatives, respectively. Acyl halides are made by replacing the -OH group in carboxylic acids by halogen using halogenating agents. They react readily with water, alcohols, and amines and are widely used in organic synthetic process whereby the acyl group is incorporated into the target molecules by substitution of addition-elimination sequence called acylation reaction.

Package and Storage:

200KG/DRUM . Acetyl chloride is Stable under ordinary conditions but will fume when exposed to atmospheric moisture to form HCl and acetic acid.

Package and Storage:

Ethanoyl chloride