methyl ether


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methyl ether

[′meth·əl ′ē·thər]
(organic chemistry)
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The lignans model largely reflected the correlation with plicatic acid, because plicatic acid was the major constituent of the measured lignans, and thujaplicatin methyl ether was poorly predicted.
Isoimperatorin (2), methyl ether aegeline (14) and xanthotoxin (7) were moderately active with % lipid content of 63.
Table-2: Basic strengths of the samples and results for the synthesis of aryl methyl ether.
As seen from the data presented, the methyl ether of oleic acid is contained in the greatest amount (48.
Methanol will be developed as an alternative energy source by processing it into Di Methyl Ether (DME).
Containing rape seed and methyl ether (RSME), biodiesel fuels are significantly more acidic than standard diesel fuels, Ticona says.
Biodiesel" fuels now being used in Europe contain rape-seed methyl ether and are much more acidic than standard diesel fuels.
Other oxygenates, such as tertiary amyl methyl ether and ethyl tertiary butyl ether, will likely suffer from the same concerns as MTBE, especially those which are petroleum-derived.
Arco Chemical will now be able to offer state-of-theart tertiary amyl methyl ether technology by incorporating the RWD technology into the Arco Chemical Tame process.
And in the just-released November Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, the Hendersons report a number of thermal decomposition products that might contribute to flavor -- especially vanillin, a methyl ether responsible for vanilla's sweet smell.
Both the pyridylamides have been obtained for the first time from any natural source while N- benzoyltyramine methyl ether is reported as a a new source.