- 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
- 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
- Acrolein is prepared
industrially by oxidation of propene.
- Efforts are underway
to use propane as feedstock for the synthesis, however, this is more
- 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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