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EC number: 205-572-7
CAS number: 142-92-7
Data are available on the metabolism of acetate esters (including hexyl acetate) and indicate rapid enzymic hydrolysis in vivo
An IPCS Review indicates that hexyl acetate would be subject to rapid
enzymic hydrolysis in vivo. The results of an in vitro study indicate
that inhaled acetate esters including hexyl acetate are likely to be
extensively hydrolysed by respiratory tract enzymes, resulting in little
systemic exposure to the intact ester.
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