[ butyraldehyde, butanal ]
An [ Aldehyde ] An organic compound containing a formyl group and formed by the oxidation of alcohols. Aldehydes have applications in organic chemistry, including the production of fragrances. Common aldehydes include formaldehyde (methanal), acetaldehyde propionaldehyde, butyraldehyde, benzaldehyde, cinnamaldehyde and vanillin. More derivative of butane with an acrid smell. Butyraldehyde oxidises to form [ Butyric Acid, Butanoic Acid, BTA ] A carboxylic acid found in milk, butter and cheese. It is a product of anaerobic fermentation. It has an unpleasant smell and acrid taste. Butyric acid is present in the colin, sweat and More.