|Product name||Perfluorobutyl iodide|
Appearance：clear colourless liquid with pungent odour
Boiling Point：64-66ºC (730 mmHg)
Stability：Stable. Incompatible with bases.
Vapor Pressure：158mmHg at 25°C
CAS No. 423-39-2 is an organic compound in the form of a white to off-white crystalline solid with an ammonia-like odor. It is a glycol derivative and formed by the partial hydrogenation of maleic anhydride. The product is soluble in hot water and completely soluble in most organic solvents including alcohol, esters and ketones.
It is used as an intermediate chemical in a range of applications such as pigment dispersions, plasticizers, adhesives, spandex fibres and heat stabilizers. It is also used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, fertilizers and pesticides.
This product has excellent thermal resistance and is resistant to hydrolysis. It also has good electrical insulation properties and chemical stability at a wide range of temperatures. In addition, it has good compatibility with the most common nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur additives in various polymer systems.
In addition, it is used to coat paper, cellulose, fabrics and other substrates. Furthermore, it provides excellent adhesion properties. It has strong bonding capabilities for acrylic and polyester substrates, as well as compatibility with pigments, dyes and other printing inks.
This product is classified as environmentally friendly as it is biodegradable and has low Aquatic Toxicity according to OECD guidelines. This product is still safe to use in the workplace as long as personnel is equipped with proper protective equipment, including gloves and protective clothing, in areas of potential airborne exposure.
The product is non-flammable, however, emits irritating fumes in the event of a fire. Proper safety procedures should be followed in case of exposure to fire.