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cycloalkane

[¦sī·klō′al‚kān]
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Alkanes in the oils are, according to structure, divided into three classes: n-alkanes, branched alkanes and cycloalkanes, their distribution is shown in Figure 2.
3], chlorides, fluorides, sulfates, nitrates, Ca, Cu, Ba, lime, P, ammonia, mineral oils, detergents, chlorine, nitrogen by-products, nitrates, heavy metals, chlorides Gadot Biochemical Various organic compounds including cycloalkanes, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, and organic acids, derivative of 4-chloro-benzenesulfonic acid, ammonia, mineral oils, nitrogen, sulfides, iron Petrochemical Organic matter, carbon by-products Industries from petrol production, polystyrene solids, ethlylene, phenols Other sources of pollution (a) NaCl, [Na.
Fickinger of Penn State and her team have converted a mixture of petroleum and coal into a fuel that contains heat-resistant cycloalkanes.
Growth on cycloalkanes involves an additional oxygenase which almost is never present in strains that use aliphatics (Bartha 1986).
11], and the molecular reference volume, [Mathematical Expression Omitted] using series of n-alkanes, branched alkanes, cycloalkanes, arenes, ethers, ketones, monochlorinated alkanes, and water.
Deuterium labelling has allowed the stereochemistry of the ring closure to cycloalkanes to be determined.
F purposes of discussing their fates and effects, most can be conveniently divided into four categorie alkanes, cycloalkanes, olefins (or alkenes) and cycloalkenes, and aromatics.
It contains paraffins, cycloalkanes, aromatics and hetero-aromatics with nitrogen, sulphur and oxygen atoms.
All main classes of monomers including heterocyclics, cyclic olefins and alkynes, and cycloalkanes, are discussed separately as well as their specificities regarding the ring-opening polymerization techniques, the mechanisms, the degree of control, the properties of the related polymers and their applications.
Spent shale contains also bitumoids, phenols, n-alkanes, branched and cycloalkanes, and non-saturated hydrocarbons [21].
1], the former absorptions belonging to methylene and terminal methyl groups in mainly cycloalkanes and aliphatic heterocompounds, and the latter one being a result of incorporation of acetaldehyde into the liquid product composition.