CAS No. 112-14-1 Chemical Name: Acetic acid octyl ester Synonyms FEMA 2806;AcO-8C-OH;n Acetate;ACETATE C-8;Octylacetat;Octyl Acefafe;Octyl acetate;Octylethanoate;1-octylacetate;1-Octyl acetate CBNumber: CB5323281 Molecular Formula: C10H20O2 Formula Weight: 172.26 MOL File: 112-14-1.mol

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Melting point: -38.5°C Boiling point: 211 °C(lit.) Density 0.868 vapor density 5.9 (vs air) refractive index n20/D 1.418(lit.) FEMA 2806 | OCTYL ACETATE Flash point: 187 °F form Liquid color Clear colorless Odor orange-jasmine odor explosive limit 8.14% JECFA Number 130 BRN 1754554 CAS DataBase Reference 112-14-1(CAS DataBase Reference) Substances Added to Food (formerly EAFUS) OCTYL ACETATE NIST Chemistry Reference Acetic acid, octyl ester(112-14-1) EPA Substance Registry System Acetic acid, octyl ester (112-14-1)

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Acetic acid octyl ester Chemical Properties,Uses,Production


Octyl acetate has a fruity odor reminiscent of neroli and jasminewith a fruity, slightly bitter taste suggestive of peach. May besynthesized by acetylation of the corresponding alcohol.

Chemical Properties

Octyl acetate has a fruity odor reminiscent of neroli and jasmine with a fruity, slightly bitter taste suggestive of peach.

Chemical Properties



Reported found in the essential oils of green tea, Heracleum giganteum L., orange peel, lemon peel, grapefruitpeel, mandarin peel, Satsuma mandarin peel and pummelo peel. Also reported found in Ocimum basilicum varieties, wheaten bread,cheddar cheese, red wine, sparkling wine and nectarine.


Octyl Acetate is a flavoring agent that is a colorless liquid with a fruity odor resembling orange and jasmine. It is miscible in alcohol, oils, and other organic solvents, and insoluble in water. It is obtained by chemical synthesis.


By acetylation of the corresponding alcohol.


ChEBI: The acetate ester of octan-1-ol.

Aroma threshold values

Detection: 23 to 47 ppb


n-Octyl acetate inhibited acetylcholine at 14°C in isolated guinea-pigileum by combining with the acetylcholine receptor on the muscle (Takagi & Takayanagi,1966).

Safety Profile

Moderately toxic byingestion. A skin irritant. Combustibleliquid. When heated to decomposition itemits acrid smoke and irritating fumes. Seealso ESTERS.


In tests of the availability of energy from various compounds added to the diet, tt-octyl acetate was utilized satisfactorily by chicks and by rats

Acetic acid octyl ester Preparation Products And Raw materials

Raw materials

Sodium carbonate

Preparation Products

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