heptyl


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heptyl

[′hep·təl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)6‒ The functional group from heptane, CH3(CH2)5CH3.
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Trap response of Michigan social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) to the feeding attractants acetic acid, isobutanol, and heptyl butyrate.
Several crashes of Proton rockets accompanied by spills of heptyl have led to temporary strains in relations between Russia and Kazakhstan.
The mobile phases used included aqueous solutions with and without the chiral selector sulfated [beta]-cyclodextrin (S-[beta]-CD) and the ion pairing agent sodium heptyl sulfate (SHS).
Artificial Colorings (Citrus Red 2, Red 40) Aspartame (NutraSweet) Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO) Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) Heptyl Paraben Propyl Gallate Quinine [D] A Certain People Should Avoid These cause allergic or other reactions in some people.
When falling booster burst into flame on impact, the remaining heptyl is converted into new chemical compounds that may be up to ten times as toxic as heptyl itself.
Vladimir Lupandin, a medical specialist who has studied the impact of rocket fuel on human health, is concerned by evidence that heptyl exposure can cause chronic hepatitis, immune system problems, cancer, blood disease, mental disorders and even death.
Synthetic baits such as heptyl butyrate are attractive to V pensylvanica and very slightly to V vulgaris, but not to V.
HLA was directly responsible for contamination assessments, treatability testing, process engineering, and equipment design to neutralize residual contamination by Heptyl and Amyl rocket fuel components found in abandoned bunkers, tanks, process piping, and lagoons.
Another item from Inolex is LexFeel Natural (INCI: Heptyl undecylenate), a very light and dry emollient derived from castor oil.