octyl alcohol


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octyl alcohol

[′äkt·əl ′al·kə‚hȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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The crystallite size of the powder produced by octyl alcohol and lauric acid ranged between 24 nm-95 nm and 15 nm-68 nm respectively.
4] powders produced using octyl alcohol and lauric acid and calcined at 1300[degrees]C, for up to 10 hours.
4] powders with submicron particles can be obtained using either octyl alcohol and lauric acid and calcined at 1300[degrees]C for 2 hours but the smallest particle size can be produced using lauric acid.
4] powder by solution combustion method using octyl alcohol and lauric acid.
4] powder was successfully produced by solution combustion synthesis method using octyl alcohol and lauric acid as fuel.
4] powder produced using octyl alcohol and lauric acid under the optimum parameters possesses the following characteristics; high crystallinity, no impurities, no residual carbon, submicron particles with equiaxed morphology.