1,3 - Butadiene
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|General Characteristics||Health Hazards||Material Recommendations|
|A colorless, flammable, liquefied, and odorless gas. Can form Peroxide in the
presence of air. Contains inhibitors to prevent polymerization.
||Suspected carcinogen, irritant, and anesthetic at high concentrations.
||Normal materials can be used. Avoid plastic and rubber for liquids.
|TLV-TWA||Flammable Limits||DOT Class / Label|
|10 ppm||2-12.0%||2.1/ Flammable Gas|
|Molecular Weight||Specific Gravity||Specific Volume|
|54.1||1.915 @ 70 F||6.9 cu.ft./lb @ 70 F|
|CGA Valve Outlet||CAS Registry No.||UN Number|
|National Stock Number (NSN) Applicable to 1,3 -Butadiene||MIL Specs/ Fed Specs
MSDS for 1,3 - Butadiene
@ 70 F
|Uses: 1,3 - Butadiene has been widely used in the manufacture of synthetic rubber. It has been extensively used in various polymerizations in the plastic industry and is particularly useful in Diels_alder reaction where it combines with activated olefins to give hydroaromatic compounds. Increased usage in the resins and plastics field.|