Ethyl Acetate

A volatile ester (chemical formula C4H8O2) formed from the reaction of ethyl alcohol and acetic acid (in the presence of a catalyst), used as a solvent in inks designed for flexographic and rotogravure printing processes. It is also widely used in the manufacture of nitrocellulose lacquers.

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