diethyl adipate

diethyl adipate

[dī′eth·əl ′ad·ə‚pāt]
(organic chemistry)
C2H5OCO(CH2)4OCOC2H5 Water-insoluble, colorless liquid, boiling at 245°C; used as a plasticizer.
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The synthesis of diethyl adipate and dipropyl adipate was the same method above.
When the chain length of alkoxy group of the adipates increases, diethyl adipate, dimethyl adipate and dipropyl adipate can depress the saturation vapor pressure lower than that of gasoline, among which dipropyl adipate is the most effective one.