Synonyms: 1,3-diformylpropane; 1,5-Pentanedial; 1,5-pentanedione; Glutaral; Glutaralum; Glutaric Dialdehyde; Glutardialdehyde; Glutaric Aldehyde; glutaric dialdehyde; Glutarol; Gluteraldehyde; Pentane-1,5-dial; pentanedial; potentiated acid ; Myacide GDA 50; Sterihyde L (TN); Ucarcide 250; Glutaclean; Ucarcide; Panavirocide; Sonacide; Cidex-Dialyzer; Glutarex 28; Glutarol; Aldesan; Sterihyde L; Relugan GT; Sporicidin; Floperm 665X1
CAS No.: 111-30-8
EC No.: 203-856-5
Molecular Weight: 100.117
Molecular Formula: C5H8O2
Industrally, glutaraldehyde can be obtained by hydrolysis of the intermediary product (2-ethoxy-3,4-dihydro-2H-Pyran CAS 103-75-3), in the presence of acidic catalyst, which is got by Diels-Alder reaction between ethyl vinyl ether (CAS 109-92-2) and acrolein (CAS 107-02-8).
A glutaraldehyde solution of 0.1 % to 1.0 % concentration may be applied for system disinfection and as a preservative for long term storage. Also used in biological electron microscopy as a fixative. Glutaraldehyde is sometimes employed in the tanning of leather. Frequently used in biochemistry applications as an amine-reactive homobifunctional crosslinker. A solution of 10 % w/w glutaraldehyde is sold under the name "Diswart Solution" to remove common and plantar warts.
|glutaraldehyde content||25% min. or 50.0% min.|
|color||100 Hazen unit max.|
|Appearance||light yellow transparent liquid|
125, 220 kgs/plastic drum; 1100kgs/IBC
Risks and Safety Information
Glutaraldehyde (GDA 50%) is regulated by UN as CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, N.O.S.
Class: 8; UN 3265; PG III
For more information, please see MSDS