Isobutyraldehyde is a colorless, flammable liquid, having a pungent odor and used primarily as a chemical intermediate. Examples of chemicals derived from isobutyraldehyde are as follows: solvents, plasticizers, glycols, essential amino acids, flavor and fragrance chemicals, polymers, insecticides, hydraulic fluids, and lubricants.
- Agriculture intermediates
- Process additives
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