1-Butanol for Carbonyl Value Determination
"Carbonyl value (CV)" is used as an index to evaluate the degradation of fat. Benzene was conventionally used for the measurement of carbonyl value. Because the use of benzene is hazardous, the butanol is now used.
FUJIFILM Wako offers "1-Butanol" assuring the "Suitability for carbonyl value determination"* for carbonyl value determination.
* This product is tested according to the Standard Methods for the Analysis of Fats, Oils and Derivatives (220.127.116.11-2013) specified by the Japan Oil Chemists' Society.
|Appearance||Colorless clear liquid|
|Density (20℃)||0.808～0.812 g/mL|
|Refractive index nD20||1.398～1.400|
|Absorbance||230 nm||max. 0.20|
|240 nm||max. 0.07|
|254 nm||max. 0.03|
|270～400 nm||max. 0.01|
|Fluorescence test||to pass test|
|Assay (capillary GC)||min. 99.7%|
|Suitability for carbonyl value determination*||to pass test|
*This product is tested according to the Standard Methods for the Analysis of Fats, Oils and Derivatives (18.104.22.168-2013) specified by the Japan Oil Chemists’ Society.
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