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  • In organic chemistry, the compound CH2=CH-CHO, more often called acrolein than the IUPAC name 2-propenal, is the simplest unsaturated aldehyde.
  • It is produced widely but is most often immediately reacted with other products due to its instability and toxicity.
  • It has a piercing, disagreeable, acrid smell similar to that of burning fat.
  • Acrolein is a severe pulmonary irritant and lacrimating agent.
  • Acrolein is a colorless or yellow liquid with a disagreeable odor.
  •  It dissolves in water very easily and quickly changes to a vapor when heated.
  • It also burns easily. Small amounts of acrolein can be formed and can enter the air when trees, tobacco, other plants, gasoline, and oil are burned.
  • Acrolein test is a test for the presence of glycerin or fats.
    A sample is heated with potassium bisulfate, and acrolein is released if the test is positive.
  • Acrolein is prepared industrially by oxidation of propene.
  • Efforts are underway to use propane as feedstock for the synthesis, however, this is more difficult.
  • The concentrations depend on the preparation method,H2 is the main product using a Ag/SiO2 catalyst, prepared by incipient-wetness technique.
  • Oxidative stress has been implicated in acrolein cytotoxicity in various cell types, including mammalian spinal cord tissue.
  • Acrolein is used as a pesticide to control algae, weeds, bacteria, and mollusks.
  • It is also used to make other chemicals.
  • A method to generate libraries of genomic DNA fragments containing oxidatively modified bases by using specific monoclonal antibodies to immunoprecipitate enzyme-digested genome DNA.
  • Acrolein is used in the preparation of polyester resin, polyurethane, propylene glycol, acrylic acid, acrylonitrile, and glycerol.
  • Acrolein tends to polymerize when left at room temperature, leaving a gummy yellowish residue with a putrid odor.
  •  Acrolein is also a metabolite of the chemotherapy drug cyclophosphamide, and is associated with hemorrhagic cystitis.
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  • Acrolein Information
  • Acrolein Properties


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  • Acrolein For California Strawberry Production


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  • Safety data for Acrolein
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  • A Variant of the Takai-Utimoto Reaction of Acrolein Acetals with Aldehydes Catalytic in Chromium
  • Selective Oxidation of Light Paraffins
  • Production of Acrolein
  • Chemical Modification of Carbonic Anhydrase I1 with Acrolein
  • A model of hemorrhagic cystitis induced with acrolein in mice
  • Acrolein A Fine Structure Fixative For Viral Cyto Chemistry
  • High selective synthesis of acrolein from glycerol in high pressure and high temperature water
  • Isophosphamide as a New Acrolein-producing Antineoplastic Isomer of Cyclophosphamide
  • Reaction Mechanism Of Partial Oxidation of Propylene To Acrolein
  • Development of stable ruthenium catalysts for the hydrogenation of 3-hydroxypropanal to 1,3- propanediol


  • Acrolein
  • Acrolein
  • Potential For Human Exposure
  • An Introduction To R& D
  • Priority Substance List Assessment Report
  • Sampling Protocol for Acrolein Application Study


  • Suppliers Of Acrolein
  • Manufacturer Of Acrolein
  • Acrolein Exporters


  • Acrolein-induced cell death in PC12 cells: Role of mitochondria-mediated oxidative stress
  • Contrasting Genome-Wide Distribution of 8-Hydroxyguanine and Acrolein-Modified Adenine during Oxidative Stress-Induced Renal Carcinogenesis
  • Acrolein
  • Interactions of H2, D2 and Acrolein with Surfaces of Supported Silver- and Gold Catalysts
  • Lipids and Lipidomics in Brain Injury and Diseases
  • Microtubule Loss With Acrolein Bi-Carbonate Containing Fixatives


  • Acrolein
  • Hazard Summary
  • Advanced Combustion & Emmission Control Research For High Efficiancy Engines
  • Mobile 6.2 Air Toxic
  • Toxicological Profile For Acrolein
  • Ambient Water Quality Criteria for Acrolein
  • Project-Level Air Toxics Analysis


  • Process For Dehydrating Glycerol To Acrolein
  • Process For The Manufacture of Acrolein
  • Process For Preparing The Acrolein
  • Process For In-Situ Production Of Acrolein
  • Acrolein Scavengers
  • Methods For Fumigating Soil Using Acrolein

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