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Synonyms for acetaldehyde

a colorless volatile water-soluble liquid aldehyde used chiefly in the manufacture of acetic acid and perfumes and drugs


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The ethanol sector simply can access the ethanol into acetaldehyde technology due to many engineering firms have pertinent expertise and offer services.
Blood was tested for ethanol concentrations and for acetaldehyde levels.
Acetaldehyde emissions from wood-based materials, particularly glued-laminated timber bonded by phenol-resorcinol-formaldehyde (PRF) adhesives, were found in indoor air, sometimes in extraordinary amounts (Matsuda et al.
Acetaldehyde is the key toxic substance in alcohol metabolism.
Acetaldehyde or CH3CHO is a naturally existent compound.
Five parameters were extracted from freshly cut sample data involving peaks related to esters, acetaldehyde and ethanol.
The current model posits that more rapid oxidation of ethanol at least transiently elevates acetaldehyde levels in one or more tissues.
This helps your digestive system cope with alcohol because there is less acetaldehyde for the body to deal with at any one time.
Elevated levels of acetaldehyde are responsible for the adverse physiological effects that cause individuals to avoid alcohol consumption.
3-8) The good news is that specific nutrients many Life Extension [R] members already take have been shown to neutralize the cancer-causing effects of acetaldehyde before they take hold.
10) The EPA considers acetaldehyde a probable human carcinogen (11) and benzene (found in two dryer-vent emission samples) a known human carcinogen.
After moving from colours to additives in 2000, Colormatrix was recognised with a Queen's Award for Innovation for its acetaldehyde scavenger, that takes acetaldehyde, which gives water a bad taste, out of the bottle.
not produced in high-enough amounts to affect PET, acetaldehyde can not only
Dr John Emsley, of the Royal Society of Chemistry, says hangovers are caused when the body converts alcohol into the toxic chemical acetaldehyde.
And to heap on more bad news, an alcohol by-product - acetaldehyde - is even worse for the body.