Ethyl Pyruvate is produced by the esterification of Pyruvic Acid, to be mixed with ethanol and ether at a desired ratio. With its excellent reactivity, it easily reacts to nitrogen compounds, aldehyde, halide, phosphorus chemicals, etc. Therefore, it is used as a material for many kinds of chemicals.
Package unit, packing style
20kg Jerry can, 200kg polyetylene drum
Features (information on components, physical properties)
|Properties||Yellow transparent liquid that has a peculiar odor|
|Specific gravity (20℃)||1.040～1.060|
|Boiling point (atmospheric pressure)||148℃|
|Flash point||50.5℃ (Tag closed test)|
|Solubility||Soluble in ethanol and toluene|
*For detailed information on harmfulness and data on properties of Ethyl Pyruvate, please see the safety data sheet (SDS).
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Main purposes of use and effects
|Pharmaceuticals||Synthetic raw materials and amino acid materials|
|Cosmetics||Raw material for fragrances|
|Industrial Applications||Detergents for electronic components, general cleaning agents, solvents for printing, leather cleaners, agrochemicals|
Pyruvic Acid is involved in biochemical synthesis and metabolic processes of carbohydrates, lipids, and Amino Acids in the body.
Pyruvic Acid is highly reactive and also functions as an important intermediate in fine chemicals such as substrate for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals, agricultural chemicals, etc.
Sodium Pyruvate can also be used for infusions as glycolysis is bypassed when used to provide energy to cells.
Since we first began manufacturing, Musashino Chemical Laboratory, Ltd. has established technologies to manufacture Pyruvic Acid of high purity that satisfies product assurance standards as part of our efforts to continue providing a stable supply of product.
Please contact us if you are considering the use of Pyruvic Acid and its derivatives.
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