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Gamma-Butyrolactone CAS 96-48-0

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Gamma-butyrolactone(CAS 96-48-0) we call it GBL for short, also can be called γ-Butyrolactone, is an important organic synthesis intermediate  which can be used to synthesize 2-pyrrolidone(CAS 616-45-5), N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone(CAS 872-50-4), 2-Acetylbutyrolactone(CAS 517-23-7) and so on.It is also used as a solvent in lotions and some polymers.

GBL has been found in extracts from samples of unadulterated wines.This finding indicates that GBL is a naturally occurring component in some wines and may be present in similar products. The concentration detected was approximately 5 μg/mL and was easily observed using a simple extraction technique followed by GC/MS analysis.

GBL is produced industrially by dehydrogenation of 1,4-butanediol.

If taken undiluted by mouth, GBL can cause esophageal and gastro-intestinal irritation.It is possible for oral ingestion of GBL to cause nausea and other similar problems

It is a non-toxic high boiling point solvent with high solubility and safe and convenient usage and management.this material can be packed in plastic drum, IBC drum and ISO tank. Realsun Chemical can supply all these package.

 

Alias

GBL;1,4-Lactone;4-Butyrolactone

CAS No

96-48-0

Specifications

Item

Details

Appearance

colorless transparent liquid

Purity%

99.5MIN

Moisture

0.2MAX

Refractive Index nD 20

1.436-1.437

 

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Luo Tao

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Phone: 0086-13736590868

Email:luotao@realsunchem.com

http://www.realsunchem.net/

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