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Acrolein (systematic name: propenal) is the simplest unsaturated is a colourless liquid with a piercing, acrid smell. The smell of burnt fat (as when cooking oil is heated to its smoke point) is caused by glycerol in the burning fat breaking down into acrolein.
It is produced industrially from propylene and mainly used as a biocide and a building block to other chemical compounds Chemical formula: C₃H₄O.
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Ottawa: Environment Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government. Acrolein accounts for about 3 to 10% of total automobile exhaust Acrolein.
book, 1 to 13% of total wood-smoke aldehydes, and up to 7% of the aldehydes in cigarette smoke. The report notes that exposure of the general population occurs mainly via air, with mainstream and sidestream tobacco smoke representing the most important : $ The biodiesel production yields glycerine as a by-product in quantities around 10 vol% of produced biodiesel.
Acrolein can be obtained from glycerine by a dehydration reaction. Catalytic processes in gas phase have been developed to obtain acrolein from a renewable feedstock using heterogeneous catalysts. The main process variables are the reaction temperature, the concentration of glycerol in Author: Israel Pala Rosas, Jose Luis Contreras Larios, Beatriz Zeifert, José Salmones Blásquez.
According to MCA , the irritation properties of acrolein are clearly evident at 1 ppm. ACGIH  reported that 1 of 6 rats died after being exposed to 8 ppm for 4 hours and all died from exposure to 16 ppm [Smyth ]. Existing short-term exposure: American Industrial Hygiene Association guidelines.
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Acrolein. Acrolein is an especially effective Nrf2 inducer in lung cells, strongly activating hallmark ARE genes such as heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1), NAD(P)H:quinone oxidoreductase-1 (NQO1), glutathione-S-transferase (various isoforms), and glutamate-cysteine synthetase (GCS) .
Early studies on acrolein examined effects of short-term exposures, from 5 sec to 5 min. In one study, Yant et al. () subjected seven human volunteers to acrolein at 1 ppm. Acrolein is a reactive, flammable liquid at room temperature that has a pungent odor (Budavari et al.
Amoore and Hautala () reported an odor threshold of parts per million (ppm), and Leonardos et al. () reported an odor threshold of ppm. Acrolein accounts for about 3 to 10% of total automobile exhaust aldehydes, 1 to 13% of total wood-smoke aldehydes, and up to 7% of the aldehydes in cigarette smoke.
The report notes that exposure of the general population occurs mainly via air, with mainstream and sidestream tobacco smoke representing the most important source. Acrolein is a colorless or yellowish liquid at ambient temperature and pressure.
It has an acrid, pungent odor and is highly irritating to mucous membranes, especially the upper respiratory tract and eyes. The odor threshold is. Acrolein was therefore an obvious candidate for use as a lachrymator, as tear gas is sometimes known.
The War Office rejected Ramsay’s proposal and later adopted ethyl iodoacetate as its lachrymator. Some Monomers, Plastics and Synthetic Elastomers, and Acrolein IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans Volume IARC.
ISBN (Print Book) ISBN (PDF) Formats Print Book PDF. Other languages No other languages. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Rip in title page. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Seller Inventory # Production of Acrolein Background Acrolein is a highly toxic, flammable material with extreme lacrimatory properties.
At room temperature acrolein is a liquid with volatility and flammability somewhat similar to acetone, but unlike acetone, its solubility in water is limited.
Acrolein has been produced commercially since In File Size: KB. This book evaluates the risk to human health and the environment posed by exposures to Acrolein.
Acrolein is a clear, colorless liquid with an intensively acrid odor. It is released to the atmosphere as a product of fermentation and ripening processes. It is also emitted by forest fires as a Price: $Acrolein Synonyms & Trade Names Acraldehyde, Acrylaldehyde, Acrylic aldehyde, Allyl aldehyde, Propenal, 2-Propenal CAS No.
RTECS No. AS DOT ID & Guide P (inhibited) Formula CH 2 =CHCHO Conversion 1 ppm = mg/m 3: IDLH 2 ppm.Abstract. Acrolein, an α,β-unsaturated aldehyde, is a highly reactive, irritating chemical derived from a variety of occurs as a product of organic pyrolysis, a metabolite of various compounds, a reaction intermediate, a contaminant in some foods and drinks, and a residue in water when used for the control of aquatic plants, algae, bacteria, and mollusks (Izard and Libermann ).Cited by: