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EINECS 232-281-2
CAS No. 8001-30-7 Density 0.900 g/mL at 20 °C
PSA 0.00000 LogP 0.00000
Solubility Melting Point
Formula Unspecified Boiling Point
Molecular Weight 0 Flash Point 254 °C
Transport Information Appearance
Safety 24/25 Risk Codes
Molecular Structure Molecular Structure of 8001-30-7 (Corn oil) Hazard Symbols

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Corn oil Chemical Properties

Product Name: Corn oil  
EINECS: 232-281-2
Classification Code: Natural Product; Reproductive Effect; Skin / Eye Irritant; TSCA UVCB; Tumor data
Product Categories: Oils; Core Bioreagents; Lipids; Lipids and Related Products Biochemicals and Reagents; Research Essentials; FA / FAME / Lipids / Steroids; Food & Beverage Standards; Lipid Analytical Standards; Lipids Biochemicals and Reagents; Oils Other Lipid Related Products
density: 0.900 g/mL at 20 °C
refractive index: 1.473-1.476 
Flash point: 254 °C
storage temp. of Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7): 0-6 °C

Corn oil History

  The first commercial Corn oil for cooking purposes was extracted in 1898 and 1899 by machinery invented by Theodore Hudnut and Benjamin Hudnut of the Hudnut Hominy Company of Terre Haute, Indiana, and called "mazoil". Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7) has a milder taste and is less expensive than most other types of vegetable oils. Corn agronomists have developed high-oil varieties; however, these varieties tend to show lower field yields, so they are not universally accepted by growers. Corn oil is also one source of biodiesel. Biodiesel is commonly made from soybean or rapeseed oils, but it is expected to become a greater source of biodiesel and a backup source in case of large-scale soybean crop failures. In addition, Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7) can be stable under normal temperature and pressure conditions.It is not compatible with strong oxidizing agents, and you must not take it with incompatible materials. And also prevent it to broken down into hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide.

Corn oil Uses

 Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7)  is a key ingredient in some margarines. Its main use is in cooking, where its high smoke point makes refined corn oil a valuable frying oil. Corn oil is also one source of biodiesel. It is sometimes used as a carrier for drug molecules in pharmaceutical preparations.

Corn oil Production

 Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7) is formed from corn crop (Zea mays) seeds by solvent extraction with bleaching, deodorization to remove free fatty acids, phospholipids, pigments, odor substances and other non-oil substances.

Corn oil Toxicity Data With Reference

Organism Test Type Route Reported Dose (Normalized Dose) Effect Source
mouse LD50 intraperitoneal > 50gm/kg (50000mg/kg)   National Technical Information Service. Vol. AD691-490,
rat LD50 oral > 100mL/kg (100mL/kg)   International Polymer Science and Technology. Vol. 3, Pg. 93, 1976.

Corn oil Consensus Reports

Reported in EPA TSCA Inventory.

Corn oil Safety Profile

Human skin irritant. An experimental teratogen. May be an allergen. Combustible liquid when exposed to heat or flame. Dangerous spontaneous heating may occur during storage if leaks impregnate rags, waste, etc. To fight fire, use CO2, dry chemical.
Safety Statements: 24/25
S24/25:Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

Corn oil Specification

  Corn oil (CAS NO.8001-30-7), its Synonyms are Corn extract ; Extract of corn kernels ; Maize oil ; Oils, corn ; Zea mays kernel extract ; Zea mays oil ; Maydol ; Mazola oil . It is clear light yellow or yellow oily liquid, faint tasteand faint odor.

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