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Synonyms for ethyl

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

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Complete report on ethyl lactate market spread across 161 pages, profiling 17 companies and supported with 252 tables and figures is now available at http://www.
Bart Vanderhaegen of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Heverlee, Belgium, and his colleagues have discovered that furfuryl ethyl ether contributes an unpleasant "solvent" or "chemical" flavor with age, primarily in ales.
To test for the continued presence of ester in the bacterial cultures grown with ethyl butyrate as the sole carbon source, a 1.
Pure ethyl alcohol, also called grain alcohol, ethanol and colonial spirits, is the basis for alcoholic beverages.
Ethyl, the world's leading manufacturer of highly toxic lead additive for gasoline until it recently stopped producing the substance, is the world's only maker of MMT.
The report covers Mexico Ethyl Acetate plants and presents installed capacity by process and technology.
Browse through the TOC of global ethyl acrylate market for an in-depth analysis of the industry trends and segments, with help of various tables and figures.
At least five lines of chemical inquiry dead-ended before the researchers focused on ethyl oleate as a potential pheromone component, Robinson says.
Ethyl Acetate industry supply scenario in Taiwan from 2000 to 2016 consisting of plants capacity growth, installed plant capacity by production process and technology
In addition to the analytical part, the report provides a range of tables and figures which all together give a true insight into the national, regional and global markets for ethyl tertiary butyl ether.
During extended cruises from England to the South Atlantic Ocean, Liss and his colleagues measured the concentrations of methyl and ethyl nitrates in samples of surface and deep water, as well as in air samples collected over the waves.
Comprehensive data showing ethyl acetate capacities, production, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years are provided (globally, regionally and by country)
Gubitosi-Klug, also of Washington University School of Medicine, provide evidence that certain ethanol breakdown products, known as fatty acid ethyl esters, are likely to be the direct agents of intoxication.