aliphatic compound

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organic compound that is an alkane or alkene or alkyne or their derivative

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The FT-IR spectra of the fuel samples show the typical band structure: In the spectra of all samples CH stretching bands of the aliphatic hydrocarbon parts are detected around 2930 [cm.
The two structural lipids, phospholipid (PL) and cholesterol (ST), were present in all species; however, only three of the six energetic lipids: aliphatic hydrocarbon (AH), triacylglycerol (TAG), and diacylglycerol (DAG), were detected in all three species.
Toxicity data for total aliphatic hydrocarbon (TAH) in sediment were not available due to the low solubility especially for the higher molecular weight fractions.
The global aliphatic hydrocarbon solvents and thinners market is projected to reach USD 4.
We were not able to separate the isomers present in the pheromone volatiles collected from females or synthetic stereoisomers with 2 different chiral columns because the enantiomers of branched aliphatic hydrocarbons do not possess a functional group that permits derivatized into diastereoisomers that could be separated by chromatographic methods or by spectroscopic techniques such as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Meierhenrich et al.
She said patients with aliphatic hydrocarbon poisoning should be observed for 4-6 hours and sent home if there aren't any respiratory symptoms, if pulse oximetry produces normal findings, and if a chest x-ray doesn't detect abnormalities.
A new semi-permanent mold release in an aliphatic hydrocarbon base is specially designed for producing large FRP composite parts like boat hulls, or for applications requiring high productivity and good cosmetic quality, like tubs and shower stalls.
An aliphatic hydrocarbon pendant provides solubility in hydrocarbon environments, such as conventional alkyd systems.
In Texas, the company is planning a capacity increase of greater than 10 percent for its Eastotac[TM] hydrogenated aliphatic hydrocarbon resins.
On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into ten major segments, namely, alcohol, aliphatic hydrocarbon, amine, aromatic hydrocarbon, chelating agents, chlorinated solvents, ester, ether, fatty chemicals, and ketone.
1] represents an aliphatic hydrocarbon group having 6 to 11 carbon atoms and an aromatic vinyl compound represented by a general formula (2):
Aliphatic diacids are composed of two carboxylic acid functional groups linked by an aliphatic hydrocarbon spacer; the general formula for this class of compound is H[O.
the ability to remove deposited dirt) of simple aliphatic hydrocarbon systems has been found to be appreciably lower than that of aqueous systems.
The composition is comprised of at least one oxyethylated aliphatic alcohol whose aliphatic hydrocarbon moiety contains 18 or more carbon atoms in an amount of approximately 0.
The density of other lipid classes, including aliphatic hydrocarbon (AH), cholesterol (CHOL), and acetone-mobile polar lipid and phospholipid (AMPL + PL), was similar in the eggs of both species despite their size difference (Fig.