Product Details:

Minimum Order Quantity 5 Kilogram
Form of Chemicals Solid
Einecs-No 204-673-3
Physical State Powder
Grade Standard Industrial Grade
Melting Point 151-154 Degree c
Flash Point 385 Degree F
Boiling Point 265 Degree
Solubility Insoluble in water
Molecular Formula C6H10O4
Functions Catalysts
Categories Agrichemicals
Packaging Type Bag
Packaging Size 50 kg



Adipic acid

  • Specifications of Adipic acid

CAS #: 124-04-9

Synonyms: 1,4-BUTANEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, 1,6-HEXANEDIOIC ACID, ADIPIC ACID, adipinic acid, BUTANE-1,4-DICARBOXYLIC ACID, DICARBOXYLIC ACID C6, HEXANDIOIC ACID, RARECHEM AL BO 0180, Acideadipique, Acifloctin, Acinetten, Adilactetten, Adipate, adipic, Adipinsαure, Adi-pure, ai3-03700, femanumber2011

EINECS: 204-673-3

Molecular Formula: C6H10O4

Molecular Weight: 146.14

Description: Adipic acid is a white crystalline solid/crystalline granule, and its odour has not been characterised. It is stable and incompatible with ammonia and strong oxidising agents. It may form combustible dust concentrations in air. The likely routes of exposure to workers are by skin contact and inhalation at workplaces. It is used in the manufacture of nylon, plasticisers, urethanes, adhesives, and food additives.

Appearance: white crystalline powder

mp: 151-154 °C(lit.)

bp: 265 °C100 mm Hg(lit.)

density: 1,36 g/cm3

vapor density: 5 (vs air)

vapor pressure: 1 mm Hg ( 159.5 °C)

Fp: 385 °F

solubility: methanol: 0.1 g/mL, clear, colorless

Stability: Stable. Substances to be avoided include ammonia, strong oxidizing agents.

Water Solubility: 1.44 g/100 mL (15 ºC)


  • Adipic Acid Applications and Industries

1. Nylon Production:
Adipic acid is the backbone of nylon 6,6, a robust and widely used synthetic polymer. Nylon fibers find applications in textiles, carpets, automotive components, and industrial machinery.

2. Polyurethanes:
Polyurethanes (PU) owe their resilience, flexibility, and durability to adipic acid. PU foams are used in furniture, mattresses, automotive seats, and insulation materials.

3. Coatings and Adhesives:
Adipic acid enhances the performance of coatings and adhesives. It improves adhesion, chemical resistance, and overall durability.

4. Automotive Industry:
From lightweight components to corrosion-resistant coatings, adipic acid contributes to automotive advancements. It’s a vital ingredient in manufacturing bumpers, dashboards, and engine covers.

5. Textile and Apparel:
Nylon fibers made from adipic acid provide strength, elasticity, and colorfastness. Think durable sportswear, hosiery, and outdoor gear.


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