dialkyl

dialkyl

[dī′al·kəl]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule that has two alkyl groups.
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The types of organic peroxides considered in this report are: - Diacyl peroxides - Ketone peroxides - Peroxyesters - Percarbonates - Dialkyl peroxides - Peroxyketals - Hydro-peroxides The market size of organic peroxides in terms of value is projected to reach USD 2.
3] Dialkyl phosphate (a metabolite of organophosphate pesticides) and endosulphan levels (median 1 587 [micro]g/g creatinine and 366 mg/l, respectively) measured in WC farm workers were higher than those measured in non-farm residents of other countries and in farm workers of most other countries.
Scope of the Report: On the basis of Type: On the basis of type, the market is segmented as diacyl peroxides, ketone peroxides, peroxyesters, percarbonates, dialkyl peroxides, peroxyketals, and hydro-peroxides.
Their physical properties and usage is dependent upon the branching and length of the dialkyl or alkyl/aryl side chains [35].
The largest and most commonly used class of surfactants, the anionic surfactants, include chemistries like alkylbenzene sulfonates, fatty acid soaps, and dialkyl sulfosuccinates.
Secondary amines The secondary amines having longer alkyl chain and tertiary amines (n > 5) would be responsible for eliciting macro[R]laricidal activity; and the tertiary amines having dialkyl chain (n = 3) show a vital role in predominantly micro[R]laricidal action.
The following families of plasticizers were studied: phthalates of linear alcohols: DEP, HNP, NUP and DUP; phthalates of branched alcohols: DIBP, DIHP, DOP, and DINP; dialkyl adipates: DHA and DINA, polymeric adipates PA3 and PA7; citrates: ATBC and ATHC, pentaerythritol esters H600 and H700, and miscellaneous linear dialkyl esters/EHBDC, ASE and DINCH.
In the breakdown process, about 75% of organophosphates are converted to breakdown products cal led dialkyl phosphate metabolites (Table 1).
As for ingredients, we have stopped using dialkyl quats in our conditioner bases, which are not as biodegradable as the monoalkyl quats that we are now using.
Organic peroxides provided cover classes such as dialkyl peroxides, diaryl peroxides, aryl alkyl peroxides, diacyl peroxides, peroxy(di)carbonates, peroxyketals, peroxyesters, ketone peroxides and hydroperoxides.
Review of the lubrication of metallic surfaces by zinc dialkyl dithiophosphate.
Antimicrobial compounds which are water soluble and easily dispersible materials such as quaternary ammonium compounds, bisquanidine compounds, dialkyl quaternary compounds, quinoline compounds, substituted phenols, chlorhexidine, didecyldimethyl ammonium chloride, and a mixture of these materials are generally employed [26].