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CAS No: 111-30-8

Metatags: 1,5-Pentanedial; Glutaraldehyde; Pentane-1,5-dial; Glutaric acid dialdehyde, Glutaric aldehyde, Glutaric dialdehydeCas No: 111-30-8Bioglan Brand of GlutaralBode Brand of GlutaralCahill May Roberts Brand of GlutaralCidexDermal Brand of GlutaralDermatech Brand of GlutaralDiswartEcolab Brand of Glutaral;Gludesin;Glutaral;Glutaraldehyde;Glutardialdehyde;Glutarol;Johnson and Johnson Brand of Glutaral;Korsolex;Novaruca;Sekumatic;Sonacide;Sporicidin;glutaraldehyde;Pentanedial;Glutaral;111-30-8;Glutaric dialdehyde;Cidex;Glutardialdehyde;1,5-Pentanedial;Glutarol;Sonacide;Glutaric aldehyde;1,5-Pentanedione;Glutaric acid dialdehyde;Glutaraldehyd;Glutaralum;Ucarcide;Aldesan;Alhydex;Hospex;Pentane-1,5-dial;1,3-Diformylpropane;Gluteraldehyde;Glutaraldehyde solution;Aldesen;NCI-C55425;component of Cidex;Caswell No. 468;Glutaraldehyd [Czech];1,3-Diformyl propane
;Glutaralum [INN-Latin];Glutaraldehyde; Pentanedial; Glutaral; 111-30-8; Glutaric dialdehyde; Cidex; Bioglan Brand of Glutaral Bode Brand of Glutaral; Cahill May Roberts Brand of Glutaral; Cidex; Dermal Brand of Glutaral; Dermatech Brand of Glutaral; Diswart; Gludesin; Glutaral; Glutaraldehyde; Glutardialdehyde; Glutarol; Korsolex; Novaruca; Sekumatic; Sonacide; Sporicidin; 111-30-8; glutaral; Glutaraldehyd; Glutaraldehyde; Glutaraldéhyde; glutaralum; Glutardialdehyde; Glutaric acid dialdehyde; Glutaric aldehyde; glutaric dialdehyde; Gluteraldehyde; PENTANE-1,5-DIAL; Pentanedial; [111-30-8]; 1,3-Diformyl propane; 1,3-Diformylpropane; 1,5-Pentanedial; 203-856-5; 4-01-00-03659; 5-Pentanedial; Aldehyd glutarowy; Aldehyd glutarowy; Aldesan; Aldesen; Alhydex; Aqucar; Bactron K31; Cidex; Cidex 7; Coldcide-25 microbiocide; Dioxopentane; Diswart; EINECS 203-856-5; Gludesin; Glutaclean; Glutaral; Glutaraldehyd; Glutaraldehyde solution; Glutaraldehyde solution, 25% in water; Glutaralum; Glutaralum; Glutarex 28; Glutaric dialdehyde solution, 50 wt. % in H2O; Glutaricdialdehyde; Glutarol; Glutarol-1,5-pentanedial; Glutural; Hospex; MA2450000; MFCD00007025; Novaruca; Pentanedial, 50 % aqueous solution; PTD; Relugan GT; Relugan GT 50; Relugan GTW; Sonacide; Sporicidin; Sterihyde; Sterihyde L; Ucarcide; Ucarcide 225; Ucarcide 250; Ucarset; UNII-T3C89M417N; Verucasep; Veruca-sep; Virsal; Glutaric acid dialdehyde; Glutardialdehyde; Glutaral;
1,3-Diformylpropane; 1,5-Pentanedial; 1,5-Pentanedione; Glutaric aldehyde; Glutarol; Gluteraldehyde; Pentanedial; Sonacide; Aldehyd glutarowy; Aldesan; Ucarcide; Other RN: 37245-61-7, 79215-57-9, 107950-89-0;Glutaric acid dialdehyde; Glutardialdehyde; Glutaral;
1,3-Diformylpropane; 1,5-Pentanedial; 1,5-Pentanedione; Glutaric aldehyde; Glutarol; Gluteraldehyde; Pentanedial; Sonacide; Aldehyd glutarowy; Aldesan; Ucarcide; Other RN: 37245-61-7, 79215-57-9, 107950-89-0;1,5-PENTANEDIAL;FIXATIVE 15960;FIXATIVE 15970;FIXATIVE 15980;GLUTARALDEHYDE;GLUTARDIALDEHYDE;GLUTARIC DIALDEHYDE;PANTHANEDIAL;PENTANE-1,5-DIAL;1,3-diformalpropane;1,3-Diformylpropane;1,5-Pentanedione;aldehydglutarowy;Aldesan;aldesen;Alhydex;Aqucar;Cidex;Cidex 7;Coldcide-25 microbiocide;;glutaraldehyde;Pentanedial;Glutaral;111-30-8;Glutaric dialdehyde;Cidex;Glutardialdehyde;1,5-Pentanedial;Sonacide;Glutarol;Glutaric aldehyde;Glutaraldehyd;Glutaralum;Aldesan;Alhydex;Ucarcide;1,5-Pentanedione;Hospex;Glutaric acid dialdehyde;Pentane-1,5-dial;1,3-Diformylpropane;Gluteraldehyde;Aldesen;NCI-C55425;Caswell No. 468;Glutaraldehyd [Czech];Glutaraldehyde solution;Glutaralum [INN-Latin];Aldehyd glutarowy [Polish];component of Cidex;NSC 13392;UNII-T3C89M417N;CCRIS 3800;HSDB 949;1,3-Diformyl propane;EINECS 203-856-5;Glutarol-1,5-pentanedial;EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 043901;BRN 0605390;CHEBI:64276;SXRSQZLOMIGNAQ-UHFFFAOYSA-N;MFCD00007025;Glutaraldehyde solution (50% or less);Glutaraldehyde solution, 25% in water;NCGC00091110-01;DSSTox_CID_5355;DSSTox_RID_77761;DSSTox_GSID_25355;Sporicidin;Novaruca;Aldehyd glutarowy;Polyglutaraldehyde;79215-57-9;CAS-111-30-8;PTD;Poly(glutaraldehyde);Glutaclean;Glutaral [USAN:INN:JAN];Sterihyde;Aqucar;Glutaraldehyde solution, for electron microscopy, ~25% in H2O;Glutardialdehydl;Veruca-sep;Glutaric aldehydl;Relugan GT;Relugan GTW;Glutaral [USAN:USP:INN:JAN];Glutaric dialdehydl;Glutarex 28;Sonacide (TN);Cidex 7;Ucarcide 250;Sterihyde L (TN);Relugan GT 50;Ginkgo biloba extract;Glutaraldehyde,solution;Glutaric acid dialdehydl;Pentanedial, homopolymer;ACMC-1BGTC;pentane-1,5-dialdehyde;AC1Q6QKG;Coldcide-25 microbiocide;SCHEMBL836;WLN: VH3VH;Glutaric dialdehyde solution;AC1L1G1H;Glutaral (JAN/USP/INN);4-01-00-03659 (Beilstein Handbook Reference);KSC175E5H;BIDD:ER0299;Potentiated acid glutaraldehyde;CHEMBL1235482;DTXSID6025355;CTK0H5253;GLUTARALDEHYDE, 25% SOLN;MolPort-001-781-859;Bio1_000462;Bio1_000951;Bio1_001440;T3C89M417N;NSC13392;ZINC1729593;Tox21_111083;Tox21_201742;Tox21_303295;ANW-43543;LS-529;NSC-13392;STL281872;ZINC01729593;AKOS008967285;DB03266;MCULE-6802048757;NE10465;RL00461;RP18697;RTR-034054;Glutaric dialdehyde, 25%sol. In water;NCGC00091110-02;NCGC00091110-03;NCGC00257231-01;NCGC00259291-01;29257-65-6;AJ-31184;AK156425;AN-22657;CJ-29390;DR000111;I856;KB-52255;LP067495;SC-22641;Glutaraldehyde solution, 25 wt. % in H2O;Glutaraldehyde solution, 50 wt. % in H2O;TR-034054;FT-0626730;G0067;G0068;ST24047332;EN300-18037;C12518;D01120;Glutaraldehyde solution, for synthesis, 25.0%;49147-EP2270505A1;49147-EP2280274A2;49147-EP2282200A2;49147-EP2287152A2;49147-EP2287155A1;49147-EP2298312A1;49147-EP2301940A1;49147-EP2308848A1;49147-EP2311823A1;49147-EP2372017A1;49147-EP2377842A1;49147-EP2377845A1;Glutaraldehyde solution, Grade II, 25% in H2O;Glutaric dialdehyde solution, 50 wt. % in H2O;A802339;Glutaraldehyde solution, 50 wt. % in water 100g;Glutaraldehyde solution, for in vitro diagnostic use;I14-1782;Q-201162;Glutaric dialdehyde solution, 50 wt. % in H2O, FCC;I14-10112;F2191-0161;Glutaraldehyde solution, SAJ first grade, 20.0-26.0%;Glutaraldehyde solution, technical, ~25% in H2O (2.6 M);Glutaraldehyde solution, technical, ~50% in H2O (5.6 M);Glutaraldehyde solution, 1.2 % (w/v) glutaraldehyde in H2O;Glutaraldehyde solution, for electron microscopy, ~50% in H2O;Glutaraldehyde solution, for electron microscopy, ~8% in H2O;Glutaraldehyde solution, 50% in H2O, suitable for photographic applications;107950-89-0;37245-61-7;Glutaraldehyde solution, Grade I, 25% in H2O, specially purified for use as an electron microscopy fixative;Glutaraldehyde solution, Grade I, 50% in H2O, specially purified for use as an electron microscopy fixative or other sophisticated use;Glutaraldehyde solution, Grade I, 70% in H2O, specially purified for use as an electron microscopy fixative or other sophisticated use;Glutaraldehyde solution, Grade I, 8% in H2O, specially purified for use as an electron microscopy fixative or other sophisticated use;GLUTRALDEHT;GLUTERALDEHİT;GLUTERALDEHİT;GLUTERALDEHT;GLUTARALDEHT;GLUTER ALDEHİT;GLUTER ALDEHIT;gluteraldeht;gluteraldehit;gluteraldeht;glutaraldeht;gluter aldehit;gluter aldehıt

EC NUMBER: 203-856-5

Names and Identifiers of GLUTARALDEHYDE

Computed Descriptors of GLUTARALDEHYDE


Molecular Formula Molecular Formula


PHYSICAL STATE: Clear to yellowish liquid
SOLVENT SOLUBILITY: Soluble in alcohol
pH: 3.2 - 4.2
log P: -0.18
VAPOR PRESSURE: 0.6 (mmHg at 25 C)

Glutaraldehyde is an organic compound with the formula CH2(CH2CHO)2. A pungent colorless oily liquid, glutaraldehyde is used to sterilise medical and dental equipment. It is also used for industrial water treatment and as a preservative. It is mainly available as an aqueous solution, and in these solutions the aldehyde groups are hydrated. Glutaraldehyde is a chemical frequently used as a disinfectant and sterilizing agent against bacteria and viruses (2% solution), an embalming fluid and tissue fixative, a component of leather tanning solutions, and an intermediate in the production of certain sealants, resins, dyes, and electrical products (HSDB, 1996). For commercial purposes, solutions of 99%, 50%, and 20% are available. Glutaraldehyde is also an atmospheric reaction product of cyclohexene. The annual statewide industrial emissions from facilities reporting under the Air Toxics Hot Spots Act in California based on the most recent inventory were estimated to be 29,603 pounds of glutaraldehyde
Glutaraldehyde can help to eliminate microbial contamination problems. Based on the powerful and unparalleled antimicrobial action of glutaraldehyde, these high-performance antimicrobials provide excellent control over a wide variety of microorganisms. It has antimicrobial efficacy against bacteria, mold, and yeast at low use concentrations (0.01-0.1% active ingredient). It shows excellent compatibility with anionic, nonionic, and cationic surfactants and biocidal activity over a broad pH and temperature range.
Glutaraldehyde containing two aldehyde groups, is used as a disinfectant. It is used in sterilizing medical and dental equipment which cannot be heat sterilized. It is used as a fixative for biological tissues and for leather tanning. It is used as a chemical intermediate to produce other compounds.

Glutaraldehyde is a colorless, oily, liquid-chemical with a pungent odor. It is used for a number of applications such as the following:

-A cold sterilant in the health care industry
-A cross-linking and tanning agent
-A biocide in metalworking fluids and in oil and gas pipelines
-An antimicrobial in water-treatment systems
-A slimicide in paper manufacturing
-A preservative in cosmetics
-A disinfectant in animal housing
-A tissue fixative in histology and pathology labs
-A hardening agent in the development of X-rays
-In embalming solutions
-In the preparation of grafts and bioprostheses
-In various clinical applications
-In the health care industry, glutaraldehyde is most often used to disinfect equipment that cannot be heat sterilized such as dialysis instruments, surgical instruments, suction bottles, bronchoscopes, endoscopes, and ear, nose, and throat instruments.



















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