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a flammable alcohol derived from butanes and used for solvents

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Synthesis of D in n-butanol with minor amounts of pyridine.--The mixture was stirred into a 1,000-mL reactor where 180.0 g of urea, 450.0 g of butanol, and 4.0 g (0.73%) of pyridine were added sequentially.
Synthesis of D in n-butanol with various amounts of dimethylformamide (DMF).--The mixture was stirred into a 1,000-mL reactor in which 104.0 g of DA, 180.0 g of urea, 200.0 g of butanol, and 400.0 g of DMF were added all at once, and the reaction mixture was heated to and maintained at 120[degrees]C for 8.0 h.
Amberlyst-15) y los superacidos como zirconia sulfatada, asi como la zeolita BEA (beta, H-BEA), la cual se ha empleado en la esterificacion del acido acetico con butanol, Peters et al.
En primer lugar se determinan los productos de deshidratacion para los alcoholes puros (etanol, butanol y pentanol), los cuales estan presentes en la mezcla de aceite fusel y de esta manera se puede tener una idea de los productos que se esperan encontrar en este estudio, asi como de ver el comportamiento de la reaccion, el flujo del gas vector y de los alcoholes, la temperatura necesaria para la deshidratacion y sus tiempos de retencion.
Gracia, "Densities and viscosities of binary mixtures of 1-chlorobutane with butanol isomers at several temperatures," Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, vol.
In order to uniformly evaluate the effect of the surfactant, we also calculated the bulk concentrations of butanols where a 50% maximum effect on oxygen mass transfer (K.sub.L,max/2]) or surface tension ([gamma].sub.max/2]) was achieved (Table 1).
Bulk concentration of butanols when half of the maximum effect is achieved Butanol [c.sub.[gamma]50%] [c.sub.KL50%] mol/L mol/L n-Butanol 0.20 1.7 x [10.sup.-4] (1-butanol) sec-Butanol 0.13 9.6 x [10.sup.-5] (2-butanol) Isobutanol 0.20 1.6 x [10.sup.-4] (2-methyl-propanol) tert-Butanol 0.29 4.3 x [10.sup.-3] (2-methyl-2-propanol)
Therefore, the four chemicals of major concern (toluene, butanol, xylene and styrene) were used to develop the criteria for risk assessment model.
The chemicals with the major concern in the study were toluene, xylene, butanol and styrene.