Isoprene Properties, Molecular Formula, Applications - WorldOfChemicals

Isoprene Properties

Isoprene

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Description

 

Isoprene is a common organic compound. It is the monomer of natural rubber and also a common structure motif to an immense variety of other naturally occurring compounds, collectively termed the isoprenoids. Polyisoprenes are used in a wide variety of rubber applications including medical equipment, baby bottle nipples, toys, shoe soles, tires, elastic films and threads for golf balls or textiles. Other uses include adhesives, paints and coatings. Styrene-isoprene rubber is a copolymer that is used in pressure sensitive adhesives.

Chemical Properties

Appearance Colorless Liquid
Boiling Point 34.067 °C
CAS Number 78-79-5
Class 3
Density 0.681 g/cm3
EINECS Number 201-143-3
IUPAC Name 2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene
InChI 1/C5H8/c1-4-5(2)3/h4H,1-2H2,3H3
InChIKey RRHGJUQNOFWUDK-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Melting Point -143.95 °C
Molar Mass 68.12 g/mol
Molecular Formula C5H8
NFPA 704 H-2,F-4,R-2,C-NA
PG 1
RTECS Number NT4037000
Refractive n20/D 1.422
Solubility 0.07 g/100 ml
Synonyms 1,3-Butadiene,2-methyl-;Methylbutadiene;3-Methyl-1,3-butadiene;Isopentadiene;NSC 9237;b-Methylbivinyl;Isoprene;β-Methylbivinyl;Terpene
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