butyl nitrite

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a colorless pungent liquid sometimes used as a stimulant drug by drug abusers

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Changes in brain serotanin and 5-hydroxyindalacetic acid levels induced by 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic butyl ester.
The mean (SD) retention times of the butyl ester derivatives of L-arginine, ADMA, and SDMA, respectively, were 1.
Formamidene butyl esters of amino acids afford more stable ions than the corresponding butyl esters during electrospray ionization-MS/MS analysis (6).
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The safety assessment of ethyl ester of PV/PMA copolymer and butyl ester of PV/PMA copolymer could be expanded to include seven additional ingredients; the safety assessment of sesame oil could be expanded to include three additional ingredients and the safety assessment of sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate, TEA-dodecylbenzenesulfonate, and sodium decylbenzenesulfonate could be expanded to include nine additional ingredients.
We report the validation of a high-throughput method for the analysis of acylcarnitine butyl esters in infants with these disorders and include the results from a prospective study of the occurrence of PA and MMA in nearly 1 million newborns screened using MS/MS.
Propyl and butyl esters were obtained only under acid catalysis.
Typically, MS/MS analysis of carnitine has utilized an acid-catalyzed reaction with butanol to form butyl esters.
Relevant AC butyl esters were extracted and derivatized from 1/3 inch dried blood samples and were analyzed using a protocol described by Schulze et al.