heptanoic acid


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heptanoic acid

[¦hep·tə¦nō·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)5COOH Clear oil boiling at 223°C; soluble in alcohol and ether, insoluble in water; used as a chemical intermediate.
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w] (g/mol) Pentanoic acid 99 102 Hexanoic acid 98 116 Heptanoic acid 97 130 Octanoic acid 98 144 Nonanoic acid 97 158 Decanoic acid 98 172 Undecanoic acid 98 186 Dodecanoic acid 98 200 Tridecanoic acid 98 214 Tetradecanoic acid 99 228 Pentadecanoic acid 99 242 1-Bromoalkane Purity (%) [M.
They isolated 2-(1,3-dihydroxybut-2-enylidene)-6-methyl-3-oxo- heptanoic acid (DHEMH), the hydrolysate of pogostone, and 15 other constituents in patchouli oil, ultimately ascertaining that DHEMH and patchouli oil itself were the most toxic substances to D.
Table 1 Typical trigeminal stimulants Volatile stimulants (1) Water-soluble stimulants Octanol Capsaicin (2) Nicotine Piperine (2) Heptanol Zingerone (2) Hexanol Eugenol (2) Octanoic acid Allyl-isothiocyanate (2) Heptanoic acid Dihydrocapsaicin (3) [alpha]-Terpineol Nordihydrocapsaicin (3) l-Carvone Homocapsaicin (3) Butyric acid Homodihydrocapsaicin (3) Pentanol Resiniferatoxin (3) Acetic acid Isovelleral (3) Diethylamine Scutigeral (3) Cyclohexanone Capsazepine (3) Benzaldehyde Ovanil (3) Benzyl acetate Valeric acid Formic acid Butanol Amyl acetate Ethanol Propanol Limonene Butyl acetate Toluene Methanol (1) Bryant and Silver (2000); in order of increasing threshold.