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a colorless volatile highly flammable liquid obtained from petroleum and used as an anesthetic or a solvent or in determining octane ratings

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A detailed discussion of these chemical kinetic pathways for iso-octane and n-heptane in a reciprocating engine environment can found in Fatouraie et al.
PDMS was dissolved in n-heptane with vigorous stirring for 2-3 h to form a homogeneous solution at room temperature.
Being that toluene falls inside the triangles made up of iso-octane, n-heptane, and ethanol (or methanol), it was possible to create fuel blends (Fuel 2 and Fuel 3) of those three components which had the same energy and molar-weighted LFS and energy-weighted HOV as toluene.
Soot patterns around suspended n-Heptane droplet flames in a convection-free environment.
Samples prepared as described above were treated with MSTFA (Nmethyl-N-(trimethylsilyl) trifluoroacetamide)/pyridine to ensure derivatization of free alcohols to their corresponding trimethylsilyl esters and transferred to a 10 mL flask using n-heptane as solvent.
The volume of deshelled shrimp (V) was determined using a liquid pycnometer with n-heptane as the working liquid (Devahastin et al.
n-Heptane is treated in the current simulations as a model compound for steam reforming of naphtha, as also earlier assumed by Chen (Chen et al.
3 gram sample from each of the cured tensile pieces was placed in n-heptane for 48 hours to swell.
Each segment (20-50 mg) was weighed, cut to pieces ~1 mm in length, and washed twice with 1 mL of n-heptane for 1 min at 25[degrees]C in a thermomixer (type "comfort"; Eppendorf) for separation of the external lipids from the hair surface.
The radiation chemistry of an organic molecule may be exemplified by the [gamma]-ray radiation induced oxidation of a hydrocarbon like n-heptane.
Somecontain one or more of three AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS:toluene, xylene, and napthalene -- and possiblyone ALIPATHATIC HYDROCARBON: n-heptane, and/orone ANESTHETIC: methylene chloride.
Summary: In this research work, the aim is to produce a relatively novel zeolite-zeolite (MFI-FAU) composite catalyst having better potential of catalyzing isomerization of lighter hydrocarbons such as light naphtha, n-pentane, n-hexane, n-heptane and mixture thereof.
The global POLIMI mechanism has been thoroughly validated for pure component such as n-heptane, iso-octane and toluene and their mixtures [41, 42, 43].