Stan Sasol or Stone Sassol (called Iopac: Propane) is a clear, colorless liquid with a fruity odor, smooth, volatile, toxic, flammable, with excellent solubility in water, ether, ethanol, and a family of saturated aliphatics O ketone and alkanone.
Other well-known names include pyruvic acid and pyruvate ether, methyl ketone, 1-propane, di-methyl formaldehyde, de-methyl ketal, de-methyl ketone, propane ketone, and beta-ketone propane.
Why is this substance called Sasol ?
This acetone is manufactured by a company from South Africa called Sasol, which is active in the field of mining, energy, chemical industry and synthetic fuels in Iran (Aria Sasol Petrochemical Company in Iran belongs to this company) and other countries It is known as.
Stan Sasol resources and production methods ?
It is found naturally in plants, trees, volcanic gases, and from the experience of body fat, and is also found in car exhaust fumes. In the industry, this material is also produced from wood fermentation, glucose and from distilled raw wood alcohol distillation.
Application of Stan Sasol ?
This material is widely used in various industries, but its most important use as a solvent in the formulation of polyacrylates, in lacquers and cosmetics, acrylics and paints, adhesives and waxes, greases, greases and Oils and so on. Stan Sasol is also used in manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, detergents, in the production of methyl isobutyl ketone and methyl isobutyl alcohol solvents, as a food additive, as a carrier of acetylene in cylinders, as a cleaner in the electrical industry, and so on Is also used.
There are no specific reports on the potential dangers of this substance. But it is best to avoid drinking it separately and use appropriate gloves, masks, goggles, hats and safety clothing when using it for a long time.