N-PROPANOL


N-propanol appears as a clear colorless liquid with a sharp musty odor like rubbing alcohol.

n-Propanol is a by product obtained by hydroformylation of allyl alcohol with carbon monoxide and hydrogen, which is then followed by hydrogenation. 

n-Propanol is a colorless liquid with alcohol odor. 
n-Propanol is moderate volatilite and is soluble in water, alcohols, and ether.

1-Propanol is a primary alcohol with the formula CH3CH2CH2OH and sometimes represented as PrOH or n-PrOH. 
N-propanol is a colorless liquid and an isomer of 2-propanol. 
N-propanol is formed naturally in small amounts during many fermentation processes and used as a solvent in the pharmaceutical industry, mainly for resins and cellulose esters, and, sometimes, as a disinfecting agent.

CAS Number: 71-23-8 

EC / List no.: 200-746-9
CAS no.: 71-23-8
Mol. formula: C3H8O

ETHYL CARBINOL
ETHYLCARBINOL
1-HYDROXYPROPANE
N-PROPANOL
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
OPTAL
OSMOSOL EXTRA
PROPANOL
1-PROPANOL
PROPYL ALCOHOL
PROPYL ALCOHOL, NORMAL

N-Propyl Alcohol (N-Propanol)


1-Propanol
EU. Food Contact Regenerated Cellulose Directive - Authorised Substances, FCMs Recycled Plastic & Articles Regulation - Annex I - Authorised Use
1-propanol
FCM and Articles Regulation, Annex I - Authorised Substances, FCMs Recycled Plastic & Articles Regulation - Annex I - Authorised Use
n-Propanol
Other, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures
n-propanol
, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures
n-PROPANOL (PROPYL ALCOHOL, NORMAL)
Inland Transport of Dangerous Goods Directive, Annex III - ADN, Inland Transport of Dangerous Goods Directive, Annex I - ADR, Inland Transport of Dangerous Goods Directive, Annex II - RID
Propan-1-ol
EC Inventory, Pre-Registration process, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures
Propan-1-ol
, Pre-Registration process, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures
propan-1-ol
, Pre-Registration process, EU Ecolabels - Restrictions for Hazardous Substances/Mixtures
propan-1-ol; n-propanol

N-propanol has many uses including organic synthesis and chemical intermediate, solvent for waxes, vegetable oils, natural and synthetic resins, cellulose esters and ethers, polishes, brake fluids, degreasing solvent, and antiseptics.

Use: 
N-propanol is formed naturally in small amounts during many fermentation processes and used as a solvent in the pharmaceutical industry mainly for resins and cellulose esters. 
1-propanol has high octane numbers and it is suitable to engine fuel usage. 
However, production of propanol has been too expensive to be a common fuel.

Propanol, a three-carbon alcohol, has two isomers: n-propanol which is assessed in this document, and isopropanol. 
Both isomers occur in nature in crude fossil fuels and as fermentation and decomposition products of various fruits and vegetables. 
Commercially, the principle use of n-propanol is in solvent applications. In addition, it is used as aflavor volatile in food.


n-Propanol is a colorless, highly flammable, volatile liquid that is miscible with water and organic solvents. 
n-Propanol is used as a solvent industrially and in consumer products, such as printing inks, cosmetics, lotions, glass cleaners, polishes, and antiseptics. 
n-Propanol is also used as an intermediate in chemical manufacturing

Applications of N Propanol
N Propanol is used as a building block for the production of esters, propyl amines and halides. Due to its relatively low odour and inertness compared to other alcohols, N Propanol is frequently used in food packaging and other food contact applications. 
N Propanol is widely used in the coatings industry due to its ability to improve the drying characteristics of resins and finishes.

N propanol is used in a great many other applications due to its excellent solvent properties, such as printing ink, dispersing agents, pesticides and adhesives. It is used as an additive in cleaners, floor polishes and degreasing fluids and as a component of de-icing agents.

Other names: Propyl alcohol; n-Propan-1-ol; n-Propanol; n-Propyl alcohol; Ethylcarbinol; Optal; Osmosol extra; Propanol; Propylic alcohol; 1-Propyl alcohol; n-C3H7OH; 1-Hydroxypropane; Propanol-1; Propan-1-ol; n-Propyl alkohol; Alcool propilico; Alcool propylique; Propanole; Propanolen; Propanoli; Propylowy alkohol; UN 1274; Propylan-propyl alcohol; NSC 30300; Alcohol, propyl


The Propanol Market, By Application (N-Propanol):
Chemical Intermediate
Direct Solvent
Others (deicing fluids, pharmaceutical solvents, and entrainer in azeotropic distillation)
Direct Solvent
Chemical Intermediate
Household & Personal Care
Pharmaceutical
Others (inks, pesticide formulations, processing solvent in the production of resins, electronic applications, and chemical reagents)


APPEARANCE
Clear colorless liquid with a characteristic odor

FUNCTION
It is formed naturally in small amounts during many fermentation processes and used as a solvent in the pharmaceutical industry mainly for resins and cellulose esters. 
1-propanol has high octane numbers and it is suitable to engine fuel usage. However, production of n-propanol has been too expensive to be a common fuel.

SYNONYMS
N-Propanol; 1-Propanol; Alcohol C3; 1-Hydroxypropane; Albacol; 1-Propyl alcohol

STORAGE
Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place. Containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept upright to prevent leakage.

Chemical Name:    1-Propyl alcohol, n-Propyl alcohol, Hydroxypropane, n-Propanol (EU/Singapore/China/Malaysia), n-Propan-1-ol, Propylic acid, Ethyl carbinol, 1-Propanol
CAS Registry Number: 71-23-8
INCI: PROPYL ALCOHOL
Trade Name: n-Propanol

n-Propanol is used as an inert ingredient only; there are no registered pesticide products containing n-propanol as an active ingredient. 
As an inert ingredient, n-propanol is a solvent and cosolvent in a number of pesticide products, including those used in agriculture, on animals, and on ornamental plants.

N-Propanol
71-23-8
Personal Care
Also referred to as 1-propyl alcohol or 1-propanol, n-propanol is an alcohol resulting from fermentation processes, and sees the majority of its use in producing resins and cellulose esters for the pharmaceutical industry. 
Since it reacts in the typical manner associated with primary alcohols, N-propanaol is easily converted into alkyl halides such n-propyl iodide and red phosphorus. 
The primary method of industrial preparation is the catalytic hydrogenation of propionaldehyde, typically using cobalt octacarbonyl or rhodium complex to initialize catalyzation. 
N-propanaol also possesses a very high octane number, and it has some use in high end racing engines as a fuel source; however, the high cost of production generally inhibits further development of n-propanol as a fuel. 
Universal precautions should always be employed when handling or using n-propanol, mainly due to the fact that the fumes have an effect similar to ethanol with three times the potency. Refer to data safety sheet for exposure guidelines.


N Propanol is pure, clear liquid with a mild odour and medium volatility. N Propanol is a mobile, polar solvent which is soluble in water and common organic solvents such as alcohols, ketones, aldehydes, ethers, glycols, aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons. 
N Propanol is used as a starting material for a variety of chemical syntheses.

Synonyms: CAS No. 71-23-8, n-Propyl alcohol, 1-Propanol, Propanol, Propan-1-ol, Ethyl carbinol, 1-Hydroxypropane

Product description
N-Propanol (n-propyl alcohol), a three-carbon straight chain oxo alcohol, is a medium boiling, colorless liquid that is widely used in flexographic and other printing ink applications. 
N-Propanol has a very mild odor, similar to that of ethanol and is completely soluble in water. 
N-Propanol is useful in organic synthesis, as a chemical intermediate, and as a coating solvent. 
N-Propanol helps balance the drying and flow characteristics in a variety of surface coating applications.

The chemical substances for this product are listed as Inert Ingredients Permitted for Use in Nonfood Use Pesticide Products, and in Food Use Pesticide Products with limitations, under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). 

1-Propanol
Propyl alcohol
Propan-1-ol
Ethyl carbinol
1-Hydroxypropane


N-Propanol is colorless liquid with a sweet, pleasant, mild alcoholic odor.
N-Propanol is used in making cosmetics, skin and hair preparations, pharmaceuticals, perfumes, lacquer formulations, dye solutions, antifreezes, rubbing alcohols, soaps, window cleaners, acetone and other chemicals and products.


Applications/uses
Agriculture intermediates
Architectural coatings
Auto OEM
Auto plastics
Auto refinish
Commerical printing inks
Consumer printing inks
Flexographic printing inks
General industrial coatings
Graphic arts
 
Gravure printing inks
Marine
Packaging components non food contact
Packaging inks non food contact
Paints & coatings
Pharmaceutical chemicals
Process solvents
Protective coatings
Wood coatings

Final product applications
Solvent in antiseptics applications
Solvent in pharmaceutical preparations
Solvent in cosmetic preparations
Solvent in flexographic inks
Raw material for manufacture of normal propyl amines
Raw material for manufacture of normal propyl paraben
Raw material for manufacture of di-normal propyl phthalate
Raw material for manufacture of normal propyl acetate


n-Propanol exhibits low acute toxicity for animals via the dermal, inhalation, and oral routes of exposure; it is not very irritating to the skin and dermal absorption is expected to be slow. n-Propanol is readily metabolized, and has no evidence of carcinogenicity or mutagenicity. 
Finally, n-propanol is not a developmental or reproductive toxicant at levels expected from use of n-propanol as an inert ingredient in pesticide formulations.


109-78-4 [RN]
1098242 [Beilstein]
1-HYDROXYPROPANE
1-Propanol [ACD/Index Name] [ACD/IUPAC Name] [Wiki]
1-Propanol [German] [ACD/Index Name] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
1-Propanol [French] [ACD/Index Name] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
1-Propyl alcohol
1-プロパノール [Japanese]
1-丙醇 [Chinese]
200-746-9 [EINECS]
203-704-8 [EINECS]
213-161-9 [EINECS]
36294-23-2 [RN]
71-23-8 [RN]
71-31-8 [RN]
927-74-2 [RN]
Alcohol, propyl
Alcool propilico
Alcool propilico [Italian]
Alcool propylique
Alcool propylique [French]
Hydroxypropane
n-propan-1-ol
n-propanol
n-Propyl alcohol
n-Propyl alkohol [German]
n-Propylalkohol
Propan-1-ol [Wiki]
Propane-1-ol
propanol [German]
Propanol, 1-
propanol-1
propyl alcohol
Propylowy alkohol [Polish]
γ-Propanol
Propanolen
102910-31-6 [RN]
142583-61-7 [RN]
188894-71-5 [RN]
19986-23-3 [RN]
1-Propan-1,1,2,2,3,3,3-d7-ol
1-Propanol 100 µg/mL in Acetonitrile
1-Propanol, 99%
1-Propanol, anhydrous
1-Propanol-d3
200-661-7 [EINECS]
2-Propen-1-ol [ACD/Index Name] [ACD/IUPAC Name]
40422-04-6 [RN]
40422-14-8 [RN]
4712-36-1 [RN]
5VQ
61393-63-3 [RN]
61844-01-7 [RN]
62309-51-7 [RN]
64118-40-7 [RN]
70907-80-1 [RN]
7758-95-4 [RN]
89603-83-8 [RN]
Albacol
ethyl carbinol
Ethylcarbinol
http://www.hmdb.ca/metabolites/HMDB0000820
https://www.ebi.ac.uk/chebi/searchId.do?chebiId=CHEBI:28831
InChI=1S/C3H8O/c1-2-3-4/h4H,2-3H2,1H3
n-C3H7OH
N-Propanol ACS grade
n-Propyl alcohol, Propan-1-ol
Optal
Osmosol extra
oxabutane
POL
Policosanol
Propan-1-ol, GlenDry, anhydrous
Propan-1-ol, GlenPure, analytical grade
propanol
Propanole
Propyl alcohol200-746-9MFCD00002941
Propyl-1,1,3,3,3-d5 Alcohol
propylalcohol
Propylic alcohol
WLN: Q3
正丙醇 [Chinese]

Chemical formula: C3H8O
Molar mass: 60.096 g·mol−1
Appearance: Colorless liquid
Odor: mild, alcohol-like
Density: 0.803 g/mL
Melting point: −126 °C; 
Boiling point: 97 to 98 °C
Solubility in water: miscible
log P: 0.329
Vapor pressure: 1.99 kPa (at 20 °C)
Acidity (pKa): 16
Basicity (pKb): −2
Magnetic susceptibility (χ): −45.176·10−6 cm3/mol
Refractive index (nD): 1.387
Viscosity: 1.959 mPa·s (at 25 °C) 
Dipole moment: 1.68 D


N-propanol is used in making cosmetics, skin and hair preparations, pharmaceuticals, perfumes, lacquer formulations, dye solutions, antifreezes, rubbing alcohols, soaps, window cleaners, acetone and other chemicals and products.

Flash point 53-77°F. 
Autoignites at 700°F. 
Vapors are heavier than air and mildly irritate the eyes, nose, and throat. 
Density approximately 6.5 lb / gal. 
N-propanol is used in making cosmetics, skin and hair preparations, pharmaceuticals, perfumes, lacquer formulations, dye solutions, antifreezes, rubbing alcohols, soaps, window cleaners, acetone and other chemicals and products.

Preferred IUPAC name
Propan-1-ol
Other names
n-Propyl alcohol
n-Propanol
n-PrOH
Ethyl carbinol
1-Hydroxypropane
Propionic alcohol
Propionyl alcohol
Propionylol
Propyl alcohol
Propylic alcohol
Propylol
Identifiers
CAS Number: 71-23-8 

1-Propanol shows the normal reactions of a primary alcohol. 
Thus it can be converted to alkyl halides; for example red phosphorus and iodine produce n-propyl iodide in 80% yield, while PCl3 with catalytic ZnCl2 gives n-propyl chloride. 
Reaction with acetic acid in the presence of an H2SO4 catalyst under Fischer esterification conditions gives propyl acetate, while refluxing propanol overnight with formic acid alone can produce propyl formate in 65% yield. 
Oxidation of 1-propanol with Na2Cr2O7 and H2SO4 gives only a 36% yield of propionaldehyde, and therefore for this type of reaction higher yielding methods using PCC or the Swern oxidation are recommended. 
Oxidation with chromic acid yields propionic acid.

1-Propanol is manufactured by catalytic hydrogenation of propionaldehyde. Propionaldehyde is produced via the oxo process by hydroformylation of ethylene using carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst such as cobalt octacarbonyl or a rhodium complex.[5]

H2C=CH2 + CO + H2 → CH3CH2CH=OCH3CH2CH=O + H2 → CH3CH2CH2OH
A traditional laboratory preparation of 1-propanol involves treating n-propyl iodide with moist Ag2O.

Safety
1-Propanol is thought to be similar to ethanol in its effects on the human body, but 2–4 times more potent. Oral LD50 in rats is 1870 mg/kg (compared to 7060 mg/kg for ethanol). It is metabolized into propionic acid. Effects include alcoholic intoxication and high anion gap metabolic acidosis. As of 2011, only one case of lethal 1-propanol poisoning was reported.[6]

Propanol as fuel
1-propanol has high octane number and is suitable for engine fuel usage. However, propanol is too expensive to use as a motor fuel. The research octane number (RON) of propanol is 118, and anti-knock index (AKI) is 108.[7]

Propan-1-ol is the parent member of the class of propan-1-ols that is propane in which a hydrogen of one of the methyl groups is replaced by a hydroxy group. 
It has a role as a protic solvent and a metabolite.


1-propanol
propanol
Propan-1-ol
Propyl alcohol
n-propanol
71-23-8
n-Propyl alcohol
ethylcarbinol
1-hydroxypropane
optal
osmosol extra
Propylic alcohol
Propanol-1
1-Propyl alcohol
n-Propan-1-ol
Propanolen
Propanole
Alcohol, propyl
Propanoli
Ethyl carbinol
Alcool propilico
Alcool propylique
n-Propyl alkohol
Propylowy alkohol
1-PROPONOL
propane-1-ol
propylalcohol
MFCD00002941
NSC 30300
n-PrOH
UNII-96F264O9SV
Propylan-propyl alcohol
142583-61-7
CHEBI:28831
96F264O9SV
POL
UN 1274
1-Propanol, anhydrous
1-Propanol-D1
Albacol
1-Propanol, for HPLC
1-Propanol, ACS reagent
Propanole [German]
Propanolen [Dutch]
Propanol, 1-
Propanoli [Italian]
Propyl alcohol, normal
1-Propanol, for spectroscopy ACS
Ateromixol
Caswell No. 709A
FEMA Number 2928
Propyl alcohol (natural)
1-Propanol, 99.5%, for analysis
1 Propanol
Alcool propilico [Italian]
Alcool propylique [French]
n-Propyl alkohol [German]
Propylowy alkohol [Polish]
FEMA No. 2928
CCRIS 3202
HSDB 115
1-Propanol, 99.5%, Extra Dry, AcroSeal(R)
EINECS 200-746-9
UN1274
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 047502
BRN 1098242
Hydroxypropane
1-Propanol, specified according to the requirements of Ph.Eur.
ethyl methanol
n-propylalcohol
normal propanol
n-Propylalkohol
AI3-16115
CCRIS 7209
3-propanol
nPrOH
HOPr
PrOH
normal propyl alcohol
N-Propanol ACS grade
Policosanol (from rice wax) (oryza sp.)
ACMC-1BIKF
n-C3H7OH
1-Propanol, HPLC Grade
DSSTox_CID_1739
[C]CCO
bmse000446
1-Propanol, >=99%
EC 200-746-9
DSSTox_RID_76299
DSSTox_GSID_21739
WLN: Q3
4-01-00-01413 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
CHEMBL14687
1-Propanol, analytical standard
1-Propanol, JIS special grade
1-Propanol, >=99%, FG
1-Propanol, LR, >=99%
DTXSID2021739
1-Propanol, >=99.80%
BDBM36153
Propyl Alcohol (Fragrance Grade)
1-Propanol, 99+%, extra pure
1-Propanol, anhydrous, 99.7%
1-Propanol, p.a., 99.5%
ZINC895969
1-Propanol, AR, >=99.5%
NSC30300
Tox21_302440
1-Propanol, Spectrophotometric Grade
ANW-36012
LMFA05000101
n-Propanol or propyl alcohol, normal
NSC-30300
STL264225
1-Propanol, natural, >=98%, FG
1-Propanol, >=99% (GC), purum
AKOS000249219
1-Propanol, for HPLC, >=99.5%
1-Propanol, for HPLC, >=99.9%
DB03175
MCULE-6252105126
1-Propanol, ACS reagent, >=99.5%
1-Propanol, HPLC grade, >=99.5%
CAS-71-23-8
1-Propanol, purum, >=99.0% (GC)
NCGC00255163-01
1-Propanol 100 microg/mL in Acetonitrile
1-Propanol, SAJ first grade, >=99.0%
Propyl Alcohol (Normal) Reagent Grade ACS


What is N-Propanol?
N-propanol (also known as 1-propanol, n-propanol alcohol, propan-1-ol, propyl alcohol) is a primary alcohol in which the OH entity is bonded to a primary carbon atom. N-propanol (CH3CH2CH2OH) is one of two isomers of propanol (C3H8O); the other is 2-propanol ((CH3)2CHOH). It is a clear, colourless transparent liquid that has a typical sharp musty odour that is comparable with the smell of rubbing alcohol.

Miscible in water and freely miscible with all common solvents such as glycols, ketones, alcohols, aldehydes, ethers and aliphatic hydrocarbons, 1-propanol is primarily used as a solvent in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, coatings and as a chemical intermediate.

1-propanol technical properties
Chemical and physical properties of n-propanol:

Molecular Formula: CH3CH2CH2OH / n-PrOH

Synonyms: 1-propanol, n-propanol alcohol, propan-1-ol, propyl alcohol, n-PrOH, 1-hydroxypropane, propionic alcohol

Cas Number: 71-23-8

Molecular Mass: 60.096 g/mol-1

Exact Mass: 60.057515 g/mol

Flashpoint: 77 °F / 22 °C

Boiling Point: 207 °F (at 760 mm Hg) / 97.2 °C

Melting Point: -195 °F / -126 °C

Vapour Pressure: 1.99 kPa (at 20 °C)

Water Solubility: miscible

Density: 0.803 g/mL

Log P: 0.329

N-propanol forms naturally during fermentation processes. The human gastrointestinal microbiota can also produce small amounts.

Normal propanol is manufactured by a catalytic hydrogenation of propionaldehyde.  The propionaldehyde is itself produced via the oxo process, by hydroformylation of ethylene using carbon monoxide and hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst such as cobalt octacarbonyl or a rhodium complex.

Hydrogenation is the process of adding pairs of hydrogen atoms to unsaturated compounds, with the aim of saturating these compounds.

H2C=CH2 + CO + H2 → CH3CH2CH=O

CH3CH2CH=O + H2 → CH3CH2CH2OH

Handling, Storage & Distribution
Hazards & Toxicity
N-propanol has an NFPA health rating of 1, causing irritation to your eyes, nose, and throat. High exposure can cause burning, nausea, headaches, and dizziness. Vapours of n-propanol are heavier than air and can also irritate and burn. It has a flammability rating of 3, demonstrating that it can be easily ignited under most ambient temperatures. An instability rating of 0 indicates that n-propanol will remain stable, even when under fire conditions.

N-propanol sits in the alcohol and polyol reactive groups. It reacts with alkali metal, nitrides, oxoacids and carboxylic acids. It is not reactive with strong oxidising agents.

It reacts the same way as primary alcohols. It can be converted to alkyl halides (red phosphorus, iodine), acetic acid to give propyl acetate and chromic acids to give propionic acid.

Storage & Distribution
N-propanol alcohol is typically bulk stored within a petrochemical storage facility for regulation. Storage is normally in a cool, dry and well ventilated facility away from oxidising agents. It should be kept out of direct sunlight, heat, and open flames. It can be stored in drummed containers such as iso tanks made of stainless steel, aluminium or carbon steel.

N-propanol alcohol is exported in bulk vessels or tank trucks. For transportation purposes, it is classed as a flammable liquid with a fire hazard rating of 2. 
A full bulk chemical distributor would export the solvent throughout regions such as the UK, Europe, Africa, and America. It belongs to packing group 2.


Safety & Procedures
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with the skin, eyes, nose and mouth, including respirators, safety glasses/goggles, gloves and contact lenses. If contact is made with the skin, immediately wash the contaminated area and clothing should be removed.

Immediately wash the eyes with large amounts of water and seek medical attention immediately. Seek fresh air if large amounts of n-propanol have been inhaled.

Industry Uses 
1-propanol is used as a solvent in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, polishes, dental lotions, coatings, lacquers, printing inks, natural gums, pigments, intermediates, dye solutions, antifreeze, fuel additives, paint additives and de-greasing fluids. It is also used as a chemical intermediate to create esters, halides, propyl amines and propyl acetate. The end-user markets of this product are the cosmetics, cleaning, motor, printing, coatings and chemical industries.

1-propanol is also used as fuel in engines due to its high-octane count.  However, due to its expensive nature and low energy gains, it is not commonly used.

Commercial Uses 
1-propanol is used as a solvent in antifoaming in cosmetics, perfumes, flavours, fragrances, air care products, cleaning and furnishing products, paints, coatings, inks, personal care products, soaps and window cleaner.

Pesticides
n-Propanol is used as an inert ingredient only; there are no registered pesticide products containing n-propanol as an active ingredient. 
As an inert ingredient, n-propanol is a solvent and cosolvent in a number of pesticide products, including those used in agriculture, on animals, and on ornamental plants.


Other Uses 
The propanol isomers are mainly used as solvents for coatings; in antifreeze compositions and household personal products; and as chemical intermediates for the production of esters, amines, and other organic derivatives. 
Overall, the major use of n-propanol is as a solvent. In 1988, over 75% of the npropanol used in the United States was in this sector.
As a solvent, n-propanol is used principally in printing inks, paint, cosmetics (antiseptilc in soaps, lotions, and nail polishes), and pesticides


In addition to its industrial uses, n-propanol is added to foods and beverages as a flavor volatile (IPCS 1990); there is one U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Direct Food Additive for n-propanol 


n-Propanol is used as an inert ingredient in a number of consumer products such as; antifouling paint, pesticide sprays sold for use in and around the home (bug killers, treatment for ornamental plants), and flea and tick sprays for cats and dogs. 


n-propanol (boiling point: 97°C) and water (boiling point: 100°C) mixtures cannot distilled by simple distillation. Mixture has a minimum-boiling azeotrope (87.7°C, 71.7wt%). n-Propanol aqueous solution is fed to a tank temperature remained constant at 90°C. A volume of vaporized solution in tank can be changed by a water proportion of feed flow. A volume of vaporized solution can be measured by liquid level. Liquid level of solution shows nonlinearity and input multiplicities.


Storage and Handling
N Propanol liquid and vapour is highly flammable and must be kept away from excessive heat and all sources of ignition.It should be stored below 40°C in humidity-free conditions, avoid contacting with aldehydes, halides, halogenated organics, halogens, strong acids and strong oxidizers. In these conditions, it can be expected to remain stable and have a storage life of at least one year.
Exposure to N propanol can cause severe irritation to the eyes which may lead to corneal injury, impairment of vision and blindness. It is a mild skin irritant which can cause dryness, flaking and aggravation of existing dermatitis. Inhalation of N propanol can cause headache, dizziness, drowsiness and depression of the central nervous system. Ingestion of large amounts of the product may cause injury. Appropriate precautions including good ventilation and the wearing of the necessary personal protective equipment such as protective gloves and clothing along with eye and face protection must be observed.


Product Usage
Chemical Intermediate.
Formulation & (re)packing of substances and mixtures.
Distribution of substance.
Laboratories.
Uses in coatings.
Use in cleaning agents.
Use in metal working fluids / Rolling oils.
Lubricants and lubricant additives.


Translated names
1-пропанол (bg)
alkohol propylowy (pl)
n-propanol (cs)
n-propanol (da)
n-Propanol (de)
n-propanol (es)
n-propanol (fr)
n-propanol (hr)
n-propanol (hu)
n-propanol (mt)
n-propanol (nl)
n-propanol (no)
n-propanol (pl)
n-propanol (pt)
n-propanol (ro)
n-propanol (sl)
n-propanol (sv)
n-propanoli (fi)
n-propanolis (lt)
n-propanolo (it)
n-propanols (lv)
n-propanool (et)
n-προπανόλη (el)
n-пропанол (bg)
Propaan-1-ol (nl)
propaan-1-ol (nl)
Propaan-1-ool (et)
propaan-1-ool (et)
propan-1-ol (cs)
propan-1-ol (da)
Propan-1-ol (de)
Propan-1-ol (es)
propan-1-ol (es)
Propan-1-ol (hr)
propan-1-ol (hr)
Propan-1-ol (mt)
propan-1-ol (mt)
Propan-1-ol (no)
propan-1-ol (no)
Propan-1-ol (pl)
propan-1-ol (pl)
Propan-1-ol (pt)
propan-1-ol (pt)
Propan-1-ol (ro)
propan-1-ol (ro)
Propan-1-ol (sl)
propan-1-ol (sl)
Propan-1-ol (sv)
propan-1-ol (sv)
propan-1-ol;n-propanol (fr)
Propan-1-oli (fi)
Propan-1-olis (lt)
propan-1-olis (lt)
Propan-1-olo (it)
propan-1-olo (it)
Propane-1-ol (fr)
propanol (sk)
Propán-1-ol (hu)
propán-1-ol (hu)
propán-1-ol (sk)
Propān-1-ols (lv)
propān-1-ols (lv)
Προπαν-1-όλη (el)
προπαν-1-όλη (el)
Пропан-1-ол (bg)

CAS names
1-Propanol


IUPAC names
1-Propanol
1-propanolo
2propan-1-ol
n-Propanol 
n-propanol 
n-Propanol
n-propanol
N-propyl alcohol
n-Propyl Alcohol
n-Propyl alcohol, 1-Propanol
propan- 1-olo
PROPAN-1-OL
Propan-1-ol
Propan-1-ol
propan-1-ol
Propan-1-ol (n-Propanol)
propan-1-ol; n-propanol
propan-1-oln-propanol
Propanol
Propanol
PROPYL ALCOHOL
Propyl alcohol
Tyzor NPZ


Trade names
1-Hydroxypropan
1-Hydroxypropane
1-Propanol
1-Propanol (9CI)
Ethylcarbinol
n-Propanol
n-propanol
n-Propyl alcohol
Propan-1-ol
propan-1-ol
Propanol
Propanol-1
Propyl alcohol (8CI)
Propylalkohol
Propylol


alcoolpropilico
alcoolpropylique
alcoolpropylique(french)
caswellno709a
epapesticidechemicalcode047502
femanumber2928
n-C3H7OH
n-ppropylalcohol
n-Propan-1-ol
n-Propyl alkohol
1-PROPANOL ALCOHOL
1-PROPANOL
1-PROPANOL-1,1,2,2,3,3,3-D7
1-Propyl alcohol
PROPYL-D7 ALCOHOL
PROPYLIC ALCOHOL
PROPAN-1-OL
PROPANOL-D7
PROPANOL
N-PROPYL ALCOHOL
N-PROPANOL (D7)
n-Propano1
N-PROPANOL
N-PROPANE THIOL
PROPANOL-1 FCC
1-PROPANOL CHROMASOLV FOR HIGH-PER-FORMA NCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
1-PROPANOL 99.5+% A.C.S. REAGENT
1-PROPANOL DIST. 1 L
1-PROPANOL, 99+%, SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC GRA DE
1-PROPANOL R. G., REAG. PH. EUR.
1-Propanol, anhydrous, 99.9%
ETHYLCARBINOL
FEMA 2928
PROPYL ALCOHOL, NATURAL
Natural Propyl Alcohol
propan-1-ol n-propanol
1-Propanol, anhydrous, 99.9%, packaged under Argon in resealable ChemSeal bottles
n-PROPANOL extrapure AR
n-PROPANOL pure
n-Propyl Alcohol, Reagent
1-Propanol, 99+%, extra pure
1-Propanol, 99.5%, for analysis
1-PROPANOL, WATER <50PPM, EXTRA DRY
1-Propanol, extra pure
1-Propanol, for analysis
1-PropanolAcroSealExtra Dry
Prophlic alcohol
n-Propyl Alcohol ,99.5% [SuperPure]
1-Propanol, AcroSeal, Extra Dry, 99.5%
1-Propanol,Propyl alcohol
1-Propanol, reagent grade
1-Propanol, extra pure, Ph Eur
Propyl alcohol 5g [71-23-8]
n-PROPYL ALCOHOL REAGENT (ACS), (1-Propanol)
1-PROPANOL FOR LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY LIC
1-PROPANOL EMPLURA 1 L
1-PROPANOL EMPLURA 190 L
1-Propanol, anhydrous, 99.9%, packaged under Argon in resealable ChemSeal^t bottles

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