1-octadecene

1-octadecene

[¦wən ‚äk·tə′de‚sēn]
(organic chemistry)
C18H36 Colorless liquid boiling at 180°C; soluble in alcohol, acetone, ether, and petroleum, insoluble in water; used as a chemical intermediate.
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The compounds 1-octadecene (90%), oleic acid (90%), Y(CH[sub]3 CO[sub]2)[sub]3⋅H[sub]2O (99.9%), Gd(CH[sub]3 CO[sub]2)[sub]3⋅H[sub]2O (99.9%), Er(CH[sub]3 CO[sub]2)[sub]3⋅H[sub]2O (99.9%), Yb(CH[sub]3 CO[sub]2)[sub]3⋅4H[sub]2O (99.9%), ammonium fluoride (NH[sub]4F, 99%), and sodium hydroxide (NaOH, 98%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich, Shanghai, China.
1-Octadecene (ODE, technical grade, 90%), oleic acid (OA, technical grade, 90%), IGEPAL CO-520, and tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS, GC, [greater than or equal to]99%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Co.
Sun and Zhao [6] used [BMIM]Cl/[Fe[Cl.sub.3]] ionic liquid as catalyst for alkylation of benzene with 1-octadecene. Liu et al.
Two media were used: TOPO (tri-n-octylphosphine oxide) and 1-octadecene. The TEM images were not too well defined; however it should be noted that this was one of the pioneering reports of a CNT-QD composite.
2 mmol of CdO and 4 mmol of stearic acid (SA) were mixed in 5 mL 1-octadecene (ODE) and heated to 200[degrees]C under Ar.
Candidate solvents include waste cooking oil, vegetable (soy) oil, diesel oil, paraffin, 1-octadecene, biodiesel, dibenzyl sebacate, dibutyl phthalate, tetraethylene glycol, and diethyl sebacate.
gas) 34 Pentadecane 9 cis-2-Butene 35 1-Hexadecene 10 1-Pentene 36 Hexadecane 11 Pentane 37 1-Heptadecene 12 cis-2- Pentene 38 Heptadecane 13 1-Hexene 39 1-Octadecene 14 Hexane 40 Octadecane 15 cis-2- Hexene 41 1-Nonadecene 16 Benzene 42 Nonadecane 17 1-Heptene 43 1-Eicosene 18 Heptane 44 Eicosane 19 Toluene 45 1-Heneicosene 20 1-Octene 46 Heneicosane 21 Octane 47 1-Docosene 22 Xylene 48 Docosane 23 1-Nonene 49 1-Tricosene 24 Nonane 50 Tricosane 25 1-Decene 51 1-Tetracosene 26 Decane 52 Tetracosane Table 2.
For this reason, two hydrophobically modified (one with 1-octadecene ([C.sub.18][H.sub.36]) and the other with a diisobutylene) co-oligomers with maleic acid (Figure 12), at 0.8 wt%, were compared with a styrene acrylic acid in the CB S-5 colorant.
Alpha olefin, RCH=[CH.sub.2], is available in various carbon lengths from [C.sub.4] (1-butene) to [C.sub.18] (1-octadecene).
Oleic acid (90%), 1-octadecene (90%), NH[sub]4F (99%), and NaOH (98%) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich, USA.
0.5 g cobalt acetylacetonate (purity 98%, shanghai Macklin Biochemical Co., Ltd.), 5 ml of 1-octadecene (purity 90%, SA Chemical Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.), and 0.3 ml of trioctylphosphine (purity 90%, SA Chemical Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.) were added in a three-necked round-bottomed flask.
trifoliata % [beta]-myrcene 7.7 1-octadecene 7.5 hexadecene 7.2 germacrene-D 6.8 (E)-[beta]-ocimene 6.4 [C.sub.15][H.sub.22]O 5.5 1-eicosene 3.0 decanal 2.9 2-ethyl hexanol 2.6 UNKNOWN 2.4 [beta]-caryophyllene 2.2 UNKNOWN 2.0 decanoic acid ester 1.9 p-ethylacetophenone 1.9 indole 1.8 1-tetradecene 1.6 diacetone alcohol 1.6 2-methyl-6-methylene-1,7- octadiene-3-one 1.6 heptadecane 1.6 geranylacetone 1.6 hexadecane 1.5 UNKNOWN 1.4 nonanal 1.4 [beta]-bisabolene 1.3 [C.sub.15][H.sub.26]O 1.2 (Z)-3-hexenyl acetate 1.1 tetradecane 1.1 UNKNOWN 1.1 UNKNOWN 1.1 [C.sub.10][H.sub.12]O 1.1 3,5-di-tert-butyl-4- hydroxybenzaldehyde 1.1 tridecane 1.0