cyclohexanol


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a colorless oily alcohol that smells like camphor

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Herein, we also tried to explore the effects of alcohol modifiers, cyclohexanol (CH-OH) bearing a phenol-like structure was then studied.
A survey of literatures of binary system which reported the Molar excess volumes and ultrasonic velocities were determined for the systems cyclopentanol + cyclohexanol, cyclopentanol + cycloheptanol, and cyclohexanol + cycloheptanol at 25AdegC.
DA(g) U(g) U/DA ratio Solvents (g) 7-159 78.0 200.0 4.40 n-Butanol 280.0 n-Pentanol 280.0 7-48 104.0 230.0 3.80 n-Butanol 200.0 iso-Pentanol 500.0 7-109 78.0 170.0 3.74 n-Hexanol 170.0 7-II0 78.0 160.0 3.52 Cyclohexanol 160.0 Melting Reaction temp.
However, volatiles with potentially undesirable rancid, waxy, or sulfurous aroma including propanoic acid, cyclohexanol, and thiobis-methane, as well as compounds with no database aroma records such as 1-amino-1-ortho-chlorophenyl-2-(2-quinoxaliny)ethene, and undecylamine were among the main compounds in Criollo cacao after a 3-day fermentation period.
For instance, the secondary aliphatic alcohols such as cyclohexanol (Table 6, entry 7) require longer reaction times than that of the secondary aromatic alcohols as reported in the case of various other catalysts; hence it can be said that the catalyst is selective towards aromatic alcohols.
Yin, "Photocatalytic reduction of C[O.sub.2] in cyclohexanol on CdS-Ti[O.sub.2] heterostructured photocatalyst," Applied Catalysis A: General, vol.
Polyurethane rigid foams formed from different soybased polyols by the ring opening of epoxidised soybean oil with methanol, phenol, and cyclohexanol, Industrial Crops and Products 74: 76-82.
It offers a possible unit process having cost effectiveness in which chlorine is converted to salt (chloride ion) and phenol into saturated cyclic alcohol i.e., cyclohexanol (Vaidya and Mahajani, 2004).
In another in situ copolymerization approach, vinylpyr-rolidone and divinylbenzene in the presence of a porogen solvent containing cyclohexanol and 1-dodecanol with azobisisobutyronitrile as initiator were used for SBSEM preparation [119].
Venkatesha, "Influence of tramadol [2-[(dimethylamino)methyl]-1-(3-methoxyphenyl) cyclohexanol hydrate] on corrosion inhibition of mild steel in acidic media," Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, vol.
(1S, 2S, 5R)-5-methyl-2-(1-methylethyl)cyclohexyl 4-nitrobenzoate: (cyclohexanol, 5-methyl-2-(1methylethyl)-, 4-nitrobenzoate, [1S-(1[alpha],2[alpha],5[beta])]-)," Organic Syntheses, vol.
Conventional organic coatings usually include a wide variety of volatile organic compounds (VOC), such as hydrocarbons (hexane, toluene, xylenc), ketones (acetone, MEK, MIBK), alcohols (methanol, ethanol, cyclohexanol), and esters (ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, isobutyl acetate).
Some of the subjects covered this year include: "Analysis of pool water", "Carbohydrates: fuel of athletes", "Synthesis of an ester", "Caffeine extraction", "Polymers: nylon and slime" and "Oxidation of cyclohexanol".