Isodecanol (a.k.a. isodecyl alcohol) is a higher aliphatic alcohol. Following esterification with dicarboxylic acids. Isodecanol yield synthetic ester oils with outstanding properties. It is also a starting material for a wide range of derivatives, which are employed as textile auxiliaries, stabilizers, flotation agents, and antifoaming agents, and are used in detergents, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and pesticides (esters with 2,4-dichloro- and 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid are herbicides). Isodecyl is produced from the oligomerization of proyplene and butenes with phosporic acid, yielding olefins up to C15, which are then hydrated, resulting in a mixture of higher alcohols, including Isodecyl.
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