Valeraldehyde, an aliphatic compound, is a colorless liquid with intense, clinging odor. It is naturally abundant in many essential oils. Apart from being an aroma chemical itself, it is applied to synthesize downstream products that are F&F chemicals and intermediates.
The aldehyde is produced on large scale by hydroformylation of Raffinate-2 / butene-1 with syngas. An alternate syngas hydroformylation process with ethylene is also used, whereby the by-product is propionaldehyde.
|Flavors and Fragrances||Pentanal is an aroma ingredient. When diluted, it emits dry fruity undertone that is responsible for its use in flavors.|
Valeraldehyde is consumed in the process to manufacture methyl dihydrojasmonate, a diffusive aroma compound, with odor like jasmine.
|Intermediates||The aldehyde is raw material for production of Amyl alcohol & Valeric acid|
|Others||Valeraldehyde is cited to have a role in manufacturing of some resins, and it also acts as rubber accelerator.|
|Appearance||–||Colorless to yellowish liquid|
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
160 kg UN approved MS drum.
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