diiodomethane


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diiodomethane

[dī¦ī·ə‚dō′me‚thān]
(organic chemistry)
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2]) for water (W), diiodomethane (DIM), and ethylene glycol (EG) used for surface energy estimations.
In the hands of a skilled graduate student, it combines in a controlled manner with diiodomethane to generate a carbenoid reagent (EtZn[CH.
Diiodomethane and formamide (Aldrich) and distilled water were used as received for contact angle measurements.
An 8-[micro]l droplet of demineralized water or diiodomethane was placed on the coated surface of the panel using a syringe and the lid was closed.
The contact angles of different materials with water and diiodomethane are listed in Table 3.
A single drop of distilled water, diiodomethane and ethylene glycol was placed on the surface of PSA.
Diiodomethane, ethylene glycol, and formamide were used as probe liquids [49].
S]) was obtained by substituting the value of the contact angle of pure water and diiodomethane on the mold surface at 20[degrees]C for the theory of Wu built into FAMAS.
The static contact angle measurements with ultrapure water and diiodomethane were performed on a Kruss DSA100 (Germany) apparatus.
5%, Fluka), and diiodomethane (99%, Aldrich), drop volume used for the measurements was 2 [micro]l.