undecane


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undecane

[‚ən′de‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)9CH3 A colorless, combustible liquid, boiling at 385°F (196°C), flash point at 149°F (65°C); used as a chemical intermediate and in petroleum research. Also known as hendecane.
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The quantitative ion for benzene, butyl acetate and undecane was 78, 43 and 57, respectively, while the same was 91 for rest of the components in each case.
The next major contributors are ethyl benzene and undecane with RC of 10.
1)b-Phellandrene (2) Toluene (3) Iso-orientin (4) Nonane (5) 6-C-p-hydroxybenzoylvitexin (6) Ethylbenzene (7) 8-C-p-hydroxybenzoylvitexin (8) Benzene1,3-dimethyl (9) Citrullol (10) 2-Propenoic acid, butyl ester (11) Elatericin B (12) Undecane (13) a-sphinosterol (14) Dodecane (15) Octadecane (16) a-elaterin (17) Hentriactone (18) Tridecane (19) 9,12-Octadecadienoicacid[7,7] (20) Elaterin (21) n-Hexadecanoic acid (22) 9,12-Octadecadienoicacid[7,7]
The major hydrocarbons were ranging from undecane (C11) to tetracosane (C24) having different concentration of individual hydrocarbons.
About 77% composition of this oil is consisted of lighter hydrocarbons ranging from 1-hexene to Undecane.
The sink effect of six compounds including ethylbenzene, 1,2-dichlorobenzene, decane, benzaldehyde, undecane, and dodecane on a carpet was studied.
910 Ethylbenzene (EB), 1,2-dichlorobenzene (DCB), Decane (DEC), Benzaldehyde (BZA), Undecane (UND), and dodecane (DOD)
As shown in Figure 4, decane and undecane are the most abundant in the primer (18% and 36%) and are found in the topcoat latex.
A dichloromethane solution containing 1 g/L undecane, [C.
i]) were scaled to adjusted for run-specific detector conditions based on the concentrations obtained for undecane.
A film consisting of N1000 polybutylene dissolved in 14% by volume undecane solvent with an initial thickness of 76.
The former is negative because undecane has a lower surface tension than polybutylene ("C" denotes solvent concentration).