Isobornyl Acetate

Isobornyl acetate appears colorless liquid with woody odor. It is usually prepared by the esterification between Acetate and Camphene under the catalysis of Sulfuric acid. It can also be prepared by using ion exchange resin or activated clay as a catalyst.

It is widely used in fragrance formulation, especially in soaps and detergents and other household products.

Substance Identification

Synonyms IBA
CAS 125-12-2
EINECS 204-727-6
FEMA 2160
HS.CODE 29153900
Molecular Formula C12H20O2
Moleclar Weight 196.288

Application & Uses

  • Use in fragrance formulation, especially in soaps, detergents, and other household products
  • Used as food additive
  • Used as a bacis materials of camphor, and synthetic borneolum

Sales Specification

Appearance Colorless and transparent liquid
Refractive Index, @ n20/D 1.452~1.466
Relative Density, @ d4/20 0.980~0.996
Acid Value, mgKOH/g 0.5 max
Content of Ester, chemical method, % 97 min
LD50 oral, rat >10g/kg
LD50 dermal, rabbit >20g/kg


  • Iron Drum (new), 190kg net each, 80 drums (15.2 mt) per 20’FCL

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GHS Hazard Statements

H-Code H227
P-Code P210/280
Response P370+P378
Storage P403+P235
Disposal P501
S-phrases: R36/37/38 | R-phrases: R36/37/38


  • keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place
  • store in cool place


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