Similar to butyl acetate. Decomposes into 1-butene, 2-butene, ethylene and propylene when heated to 500℃. When sec-butyl acetate was passed through glass wool at 460-473℃ in a nitrogen stream, 56% 1-butene, 43% 2-butene, and 1% propylene were formed. In the presence of thorium oxide, it is heated to 380℃ and decomposed into hydrogen, carbon dioxide, butene, sec-butanol and acetic acid. A small rate of sec-butyl acetate. It reacts with benzene in the presence of boron trifluoride to form sec-butylbenzene. When the photochlorination reaction proceeds, chlorochloronaphthalene is produced. Acetate. Among them, 1-methyl-2 chloropropyl acetate accounted for 66%, and other alternatives accounted for 34%.
2. Strong oxidants, strong acids and strong bases
3. Polymerization Hazard