butanol

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butanol

[′byüt·ən‚ȯl]
(organic chemistry)
Any one of four isomeric alcohols having the formula C4H9OH; colorless, toxic liquids soluble in most organic liquids. Also known as butyl alcohol.
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In methanol polarizability regularly decreased with an increase in the strength of the field and in 1-butanol it regularly increased under such circumstances.
Table 1 Simulated Electronic Spectra of Molecules of Methanol, Ethanol and 1-Butanol Without Exposure and with Exposure to External Electric Field (a) Transition energy (E) [nm] and its characteristics Molecule and Without total number of electric field transitions HOMO[right arrow]LUMO E f (b) and total energy [a.
Influence of microwave power on the progress of 1-butanol acetylation with acetic acid in the presence of a catalytic amount of [H.
Segovia, "Phase Equilibrium Properties of Binary and Ternary Systems Containing di-isopropyl ether + 1-butanol + benzene at 313.
The parameters for water ethanol and 1-butanol evaluated by three association equation of state and the average absolute deviation in saturation volume and pressure Shinta and Anderko Firoozabadi (1991) (1995) Parameters Water Water [T.
DuPont disclosed that those patents cover the higher octane isomers as well as the previously announced 1-butanol.
For these reasons, 1-butanol was selected for optimization studies.
05 mol/L SDS plus 70 mL/L 1-butanol, which gave excellent resolution (r = 0.
For tissues, we confirmed that the pH of wet-ashed tissue solution was <0 and added DDC, 1-butanol, and [Na.
Most metals can form complexes with DDC, and most of the complexes are extracted with 1-butanol.
2+]-DDC complex, 1-butanol is used because alcohols such as butanol and cyclohexanol do not dissolve the putty used for sealing the capillary.
Combining the information of the IR spectrum and GC/MS results, we conclude that butanal, 2-butenal, acetic acid, butanoic acid, 1-butanol, water, and C[O.