ethylene

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a flammable colorless gaseous alkene

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Note that "0" values represent readings at or below the detection limit of the instrument Fuel RON 92 E10 RON80 E0 Load 800/2 1500/6 2000/10 800/2 1500/6 2000/10 Acetic 4 5 4 13 6 5 Acrolein 26 18 8 22 10 6 Aromatic 56 40 17 45 23 13 C2H2 17 9 6 14 6 5 C2H4 203 88 51 129 42 25 C3H6 68 26 15 44 16 9 CH4 120 67 43 94 31 28 CO 7124 7033 5192 7974 3731 1620 EtOH 144 102 61 2 1 0 HCHO 277 187 108 230 101 54 Formic 23 20 11 25 10 5 MeCHO 206 134 71 144 70 42 MeOH 12 8 5 9 5 2 nC5 549 385 240 478 375 302 IC4 15 11 7 50 40 30 NO2 4 8 18 1 4 6 NO 0 2 7 0 1 5 [N.sub.2]0 0 0 0 0 0 0
One-mL gas samples were then withdrawn from the glass tube head space and concentrations of C2H4 were determined by gas chromatography (Shimadzu-4600).
Paralelamente hubo aumento de la tasa de produccion de C2H4, que entre el 6 y 7 dia ya habia practicamente doblado la tasa de produccion, ciertamente ejerciendo efecto sobre la firmeza del caqui.
2.3g of powder evaluated at 6.4 L/min with various gas mixtures 1st full mix HC only HC+CO HC+NO 2nd full mix C3H6 363 283 296 384 355 C2H4 381 328 313 405 373 C3H8 431 448 447 481 453 Note: Table made from bar graph.
However, unsupported Ni catalyst presented very stable and active performance for C2H4 decomposition which they associated with higher activity demand for CH4 dissociation than C2H4 decomposition.
The bacteria showed highest acetylene reduction assay (ARA) value of 0.042 mol C2H4 h-1 mL-1 at 0 mg L-1 urea-N and the ARA was totally inhibited at 300 mg L-1 urea-N.
Ethylene: An olefinic hydrocarbon (C2H4) recovered from refinery processes or petrochemical processes.
Respiration rate and ethylene production were expressed as mL CO2 kg-1 h-1 and uL C2H4 kg-1 h-1 of fruit weight, respectively.
Calculou-se a sintese de etileno em [micro]L C2H4 [kg.sup.-1] [h.sup.-1] pela concentracao de etileno, da massa dos frutos, do volume do espaco livre no recipiente e do tempo de fechamento.