Many customers have questions. Can N- methylmorpholine and glacial acetic acid be mutually soluble? Today, professional chemical raw material manufacturers will introduce you!
Acetic acid and ethyl acetate are mutually soluble.
The simple point is similarity and compatibility. Acetic acid and ethyl acetate are both organic substances, which are generally soluble with organic substances, especially those with less than four carbons. Water and ethyl acetate are organic and inorganic, and their polarities are quite different, so they are insoluble.
Acetic acid, also called acetic acid (36%-38%), glacial acetic acid (98%), chemical formula CH3COOH, is an organic monobasic acid, which is the main component of vinegar. Pure anhydrous acetic acid (glacial acetic acid) is a colorless hygroscopic solid with a freezing point of 16.6℃(62℉). After solidification, it is colorless crystal. Its aqueous solution is weakly acidic and highly corrosive, and steam is irritating to eyes and nose.
Ethyl acetate is colorless and transparent liquid, with low toxicity and sweet taste. When the concentration is high, it has pungent odor, is volatile, sensitive to air, and can absorb water, which makes it slowly hydrolyze and react with acid. It can be mixed with chloroform, ethanol, acetone and ether and dissolved in water (10%ml/ml). It can dissolve some metal salts (such as lithium chloride, cobalt chloride, zinc chloride, ferric chloride, etc.). The relative density is 0.902. Melting point -83℃. Boiling point 77℃. The refractive index is 1.3719. Flash point 7.2℃ (open cup). Flammable. Steam can form an explosive mixture with air. The median lethal dose (rat, oral) was 11.3ml/kg.
The manufacturer of N- methylmorpholine introduces its dangerous characteristics
Hazard code: F,C
Hazard class: 11-20/21/22-34
Safety level: 16-26-36/37/39-45