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IBA Auxin Plant Growth Regulator Powder Indole Butyric Acid CAS 133-32-4 98% TC

IBA Auxin Plant Growth Regulator Powder Indole Butyric Acid CAS 133-32-4 98% TC

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    Indole Butyric Acid powder CAS 133-32-4

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    98% TC Powder Indole Butyric Acid

  • Name
    Indole Butyric Acid
  • CAS No.
    133-32-4
  • MF
    C12H12KNO2
  • Purity
    Min 98%
  • Color
    Off-white Or Yellowish
  • Appearance
    Powder
  • Place of Origin
    Henan Province, China
  • Brand Name
    U-CHOICE
  • Certification
    ISO 9001 : 2008
  • Model Number
    Technical Grade
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    25kg (samples can be offered)
  • Price
    Negotiate
  • Packaging Details
    1 kg/bag * 25 kgs/ drum ; 25 kgs / drum
  • Delivery Time
    3-5 working days
  • Payment Terms
    T/T, L/C
  • Supply Ability
    3000 kgs per Month

IBA Auxin Plant Growth Regulator Powder Indole Butyric Acid CAS 133-32-4 98% TC

Indole Butyric Acid IBA 98% TC: Indole-3-butyric acid(IBA) pure product is white crystal solid, technical material is white to light yellow crystal. IBA is hard to soluble in water, but soluble in acetone, ethanol, aether and other organic solvents,
 

solubility: >1g/L in benzene, 30-100 mg/L in acetone, ethanol and aether; 10-100 mg/L in chloroform.

 

Storage:Stored in cool and dry well-closed container, keep away from moisture and strong light/heat.

 

Shelf life:2 years under well storage situation.

 

Indole Butyric Acid IBA 98% Specifications

Test Items Specification Test Results
Appearance White powder White powder
Assay ≥98.0% 98.7%
Loss on drying ≤1.0% 0.22%
Melting point 122~126°C 122~126°C
Residue on ignition ≤0.1% <0.05%
Conclusion Up to grade

 

Function characteristics

It has the activity of auxin, but it is not easy to be transported in the body after being absorbed by plants. Compared with indoleacetic acid, it is not easily decomposed by light and is relatively stable. Compared with naphthalene acetic acid, it is safe and not easy to damage the branches. It is not easy to conduct, and only stays at the treatment site, which is relatively safe to use. It has a strong effect on rooting of cuttings, but the adventitious roots are long and thin, and it is best to be used in combination with naphthalene acetic acid.