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organic compound that has an alkyl group bound to a benzene ring

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Effects of microcystin-LR, linear alkylbenzene sulfonate and their mixture on lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.
Other applications for benzene are nitrobenzene used to manufacture aniline and alkylbenzene that is utilized as detergent.
2]/ISO 32 Alkylbenzene system was relatively stable under the test conditions of this study.
A typical as-received diesel fuel will have an alkylbenzene content of between 18 and 20 %, mass/mass, on the basis of ASTM D-5186 (108).
Some properties of the surfactants used in the tests Surfactant Abbreviation Trimethylglycine TMG Hydroxyethylcellulose HEC Octyl phenol ethoxylate TRITON X-100 Linear alkylbenzene LABSA sulfonate acid Sodium lauryl ether SLES sulfate Cetyl trimethyl CTAC ammonium chloride Quaternised ethoxylated QEFA fatty amine Surfactant Formula Trimethylglycine [([CH.
a large-sized manufacturer of detergent materials as linear alkyl benzene (LAB), normal paraffin (NP) and linear alkylbenzene sulfonate (LAS), ambitiously aims to become the world's second-largest supplier of its kind in 2013.
Chronic effects of linear alkylbenzene sulfonate (LAS) and ammonia on rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) fry at water criteria limits.
It has been found that there is accumulation in lysosomes of the anionic detergent linear alkylbenzene sulfonate leading to inhibition of lysosomal enzymes like ACP and ALK (Bragadin et al.
DDT, aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor, chlordane, kepone, nonylphenol, and alkylbenzene sulfonate) have shown 'hockey-stick' shaped loss curves involving an initial stage of relatively rapid loss followed by little or no loss (Alexander 1995).
The fluid is a common, mass-produced petrochemical called linear alkylbenzene, or LAB, used to make clear detergents, like liquid hand soap.
When used on its own PAO can cause slight shrinkage of O-rings and other elastomers, so it is often supplied with a seal additive, or in a 50/50 mix with alkylbenzene lubricant.
The degree of affinity is the change in Gibbs energy of mixing when the molecules of alkylphenol or alkylbenzene are blended with high-molecular chains of the stationary phase ([DELTA][G.
The behaviour of linear alkylbenzene sulphonates (LAS) in sandy soils was studied by Kuchler & Schnaak in a field trial and lysimeter studies [27].
The petrochemical part of the complex will include purified terephthalic acid, polyethylene terephthalate, linear alkylbenzene and polypropylene units, plus the associated power generation facilities.
1995) published an article in which they specifically suggested that the by products of alkylbenzene metabolism could be useful as indicators of in situ bioremediation.