tetracosane


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tetracosane

[¦te·trə′kō‚sān]
(organic chemistry)
C24H50 Combustible crystals insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol, melts at 52°C; used as a chemical intermediate.
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A solution of tetracosane in carbon disulfide was injected into the instrument to determine if this compound could be sampled in the exhaust.
Aliphatic unbranched and branched long chain hydrocarbons from dodecane to tetracosane form the last important compound group.
are widely used in fuel oils and as anti-corrosive agents in lubricating oils and solid alkanes (octadecane nonadecane eicosane heneicosane tricosane tetracosane heptacosane octacosane etc.
Sterol quantification was performed using tetracosane (Sigma Aldrich) as the internal injection standard.
Only three long chain alkanes were detected (tetracontane, tetracosane, heptacosane) which were found in some marine and river sampling stations without revealing a spatial pattern, but showing some consistency with the presence of other terrestrial biomarkers (data not shown).
Patriscabratine and tetracosane, isolated from the Bangladesh mangrove fern, Acrostichum aureum, reportedly showed moderately cytotoxic activity against AGS, MDA-MB-231 and MCF-7 cells, and AGS, MDA-MB-231, HT-29, and NIH 3T3 cells, respectively [88].
4) (Table 4): 1) Heneicosane (C21), 2) Linoleic acid (possible contaminat), 3) Docosane (C22), 4) Tricosane (C23), 5) Tetracosane (C24), 6) Pentacosane (C25), C) phthalate 7) Hexacosane (C26), 8) Heptacosane (C27), 9) Octacosane (C28), 10) Nonacosane (C29), 11) Triacontane (C30) and 12) Hentriacontane (C31) and Dotriacontane (C32).
A mixture of saturated alkanes, such as tricosane, tetracosane and pentacosane, among others, together with rotenone and naphthoquinones 2-acetyl-4H,9H -naphtho[2,3-b]furan-4,9-dione (10) and 2-(1-hydroxyethyl)-4H,9H-naphtho[2,3-b] furano-4,9-dione (11) (Figure 3), were isolated and identified from the hydro-alcoholic extract.
gas) 34 Pentadecane 9 cis-2-Butene 35 1-Hexadecene 10 1-Pentene 36 Hexadecane 11 Pentane 37 1-Heptadecene 12 cis-2- Pentene 38 Heptadecane 13 1-Hexene 39 1-Octadecene 14 Hexane 40 Octadecane 15 cis-2- Hexene 41 1-Nonadecene 16 Benzene 42 Nonadecane 17 1-Heptene 43 1-Eicosene 18 Heptane 44 Eicosane 19 Toluene 45 1-Heneicosene 20 1-Octene 46 Heneicosane 21 Octane 47 1-Docosene 22 Xylene 48 Docosane 23 1-Nonene 49 1-Tricosene 24 Nonane 50 Tricosane 25 1-Decene 51 1-Tetracosene 26 Decane 52 Tetracosane Table 2.
damascenone, trans-,-ionone, 6,10,14- trimethyl-2-pentadecanone, docosane, tricosane, tetracosane, hexacosane, heptacosane, octacosane, squalene, nonacosane, triacontane and hentriacontane were common chemical constituents of essential oils.
The major hydrocarbons were ranging from undecane (C11) to tetracosane (C24) having different concentration of individual hydrocarbons.