Isodecanol Isodesil alkol CAS No 25339-17-7

Isodecanol

CAS No: 25339-17-7

Chemical Properties
Colorless liquid.Insoluble in water. Combustible.
Uses
Antifoaming agent in textile processing.
Definition
Mixed isomers.
Production Methods
Isodecyl alcohol, or the C10 oxo alcohols, are made in the oxo process by reacting nonenes with carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst, followed by hydrogenation. The commercial product typically consists of trimethyl-1-heptanols and dimethyl-1-octanols; the composition and CAS registry number depend on the olefin feedstock.
Production Methods
Isodecyl alcohols are a mixture of alcohols produced by the oxo process in which undecenes are reacted with carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst, followed by hydrogenation . They are also prepared by other processes, including the Ziegler process that involves oxidation of trialklylaluminum compounds. Two of the major isomers found in the commercial product are trimethyl- 1-nonanols and dimethyl-1-decanols; the composition and CAS registry number depend on the olefin feedstock. These alcohols are used in producing phthalates and in detergents.
General Description
Colorless liquid with a mild alcohol odor. Floats on water.

Chemical Properties
Colorless liquid.Insoluble in water. Combustible.
Uses
Antifoaming agent in textile processing.
Definition
Mixed isomers.
Production Methods
Isodecyl alcohol, or the C10 oxo alcohols, are made in the oxo process by reacting nonenes with carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst, followed by hydrogenation. The commercial product typically consists of trimethyl-1-heptanols and dimethyl-1-octanols; the composition and CAS registry number depend on the olefin feedstock.
Production Methods
Isodecyl alcohols are a mixture of alcohols produced by the oxo process in which undecenes are reacted with carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst, followed by hydrogenation . They are also prepared by other processes, including the Ziegler process that involves oxidation of trialklylaluminum compounds. Two of the major isomers found in the commercial product are trimethyl- 1-nonanols and dimethyl-1-decanols; the composition andCAS registry number depend on the olefin feedstock. These alcohols are used in producing phthalates and in detergents.
General Description
Colorless liquid with a mild alcohol odor. Floats on water. Synonym sisodecyl;Isodecanol;Isodesyl alcohol;Isodecyl alcohol;8-methylnonan-1-ol;8-Methylnonane-1-ol;DECANOL-ISOMERENGEMISCH;8-Methyl-1-nonyl Alcohol;DECANOL MIXTURE OF ISOMERS;isodecylalcohol(mixedisomers)