ethyl group

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  • noun

Synonyms for ethyl group

the univalent hydrocarbon radical C2H5 derived from ethane by the removal of one hydrogen atom

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The 2015 Global Diethyl Carbonate Industry research report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Diethyl Carbonate industry.
The Global Diethyl Oxalate Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Diethyl Oxalate industry.
Replacement of diethyl ether by toluene significantly accelerates the reaction with alkoxysilanes, while no effect was found for the reaction with chlorosilanes [4-6].
Benzene, diethyl ether, ethanol, n-hexane, dimethyl ketone and water were used as solvents at liquefaction of kerogen-70.
The email, which I believe has been doing the rounds, states that users might be being exposed to toxic chemicals like diethyl hydroxyl amine (DEHA) if re-using the PET plastic bottles in certain circumstances, especially in common cases such as leaving your drink bottle exposed to sunlight in the car.
Eight lichens were extracted successively with n-hexane, diethyl ether and methanol using a Soxhlet process.
Beginning with investigations into the use of Diethyl Zinc (DEZ), and moving onto the commercially produced Wei T'o and Book-Keeper products, mass deacidification has become increasingly more reliable and effective as well as less reactive with printing and drawing inks.
Analysis of extracts produced using refluxing diethyl ether in a Soxhlet apparatus (100 per replicate; N=3) was conducted by single ion monitoring GC/MS (SIM GCMS, m/z = 198 e.
A ministry investigative panel on endocrine disrupters decided in a meeting Wednesday to include in the list butyl benzyl phthalate, diethyl phthalate and diethylhexyl adipate, substances used for plastics, and triphenyl tin, used to paint the hulls of ships, the officials said.
0 M solution in dichloromethane), diethyl chlorophosphate, diphenyl chlorophosphate, triphenyl phosphate, and polystyrene (average [M.
The PVC plasticized with diethyl phthalate, which has good solubility in PVC, has a fairly narrow tan [delta] peak.
The various contributors between them have produced seventeen chapters, whose titles are: Introduction to use of antimicrobials; Sodium benzoate and benzoic acid; Sorbic acid and sorbates; Organic acids; Sulphur dioxide and sulphites; Nitrite; Parabens and phenolic compounds; Medium chain fatty acids and esters; Dimethyl dicarbonate and diethyl dicarbonate; Nisin; Natamycin; Bacteriocins with potential for use in foods; Naturally occurring compounds; Sanitizers - halogens, surface active agents and peroxides; Indirect antimicrobials; Antibiotic residues in foods and their significance; and Methods for evaluation.
Jiutai is a National High-technology enterprise, and mainly produce 1,300 KTA methanol and 1,100 KTA diethyl ether (DME) with the production facilities in Linyi, Shangdong; Ordos, Inner Mongolia; Guangzhou, Guangdong; Zhangjiang, Jiangsu; Beijing.
1846: An anaesthetic was successfully used for the first time at the Massachusetts General Hospital, where dentist William Morton used diethyl ether before removing a tumour from a man's jaw.
ISLAMABAD -- ,,, In a study of 53 perfumes and aftershaves, six were found to contain a high amount of dangerous hormone-affecting chemical diethyl phthalate (DEP), an Austrian environmental protection organization said.