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Acetaldehyde

Acetaldehyde is one of the most common aldehydes that occur in nature and industrial processes. Naturally occurring, acetaldehyde is found as a byproduct of ethanol fermentation in alcoholic beverages, and yeast products such as bread and ripe fruit. Acetaldehyde forms by degradation of PET exposed to high temperatures or high pressures.

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S-125-W1.8

S-125-W1.8

Acetaldehyde, 1,000 µg/mL Organic Standard, 1 mL in DI Water

$60.00