3-methylpentane

3-methylpentane

[¦thrē ¦meth·əl′pen‚tān]
(organic chemistry)
C6H14 Flammable, colorless liquid; insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol; boils at 64°C; used as a chemical intermediate.
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We analyzed its molecular composition and compared the result with that of three other laboratories to confirm that it mainly contains 24 types of hydrocarbons: methane, ethane, propane, isobutane, M-butane, neopentane, isopentane, M-pentane, methyl cyclopentane, cyclohexane, 2-methylpentane, 3-methylpentane, M-hexane, 2,2/3,3-dimethyl pentane, methyl cyclohexane, 2/3-methyl hexane, 2,3-dimethyl pentane, M-heptane, benzene, M-octane, methyl benzene, M-nonane, ethylbenzene,p-xylene, and o-xylene.
1, Methane; 2, ethane; 3, propane; 4, isobutane; 5, n-butane; 6, neopentane; 7, isopentane; 8, n-pentane; 9, methyl cyclopentane; 10, cyclohexane; 11, 2-methylpentane; 12, 3-methylpentane; 13, n-hexane; 14, 2,2/3,3-dimethyl pentane; 15, methyl cyclohexane; 16, 2/3methylhexane +2,3-dimethyl pentane; 17, n-heptane; 18, benzene; 19, n-octane; 20, methylbenzene; 21, n-nonane; 22, ethylbenzene; 23, p-xylene; 24, o-xylene.
1, Methane; 2, ethane; 3, propane; 4, isobutane; 5, n-butane; 6, isopentane; 7, n-pentane; 8, methyl cyclopentane; 9, cyclohexane; 10, 2-methylpentane; 11, 3-methylpentane; 12, n-hexane; 13, methyl cyclohexane; 14, 2/3-methylhexane; 15, n-heptane; 16, benzene; 17, n-octane; 18, methylbenzene; 19, n-nonane; 20, p-xylene.
Sample Not Sterilized Steam-Sterilized A Significant signals: Significant signals: --Bromomethane --Bromomethane --Acetone --Acetone --tert-Butanol --tert-Butanol --Methylcyclopentane --Methylcyclopentane --C13H24 and C21H40 --C13H24 and C21H40 cyclic rubber oligomers cyclic rubber oligomers and brominated derivates and brominated derivates --Various hydrocarbons --Various hydrocarbons and unidentified and unidentified compounds compounds B Significant signals: General observations: --Acetone --No new signals observed --2--and 3-Methylpentane --Slightly decreasing intensity for some single --Methylcyclopentane signals, especially low boiling substances (e.g.
The glass bottle fluid was totally clean, while the plastic bag fluid contained the petroleum-derived hexane, 2-methylpentane, and 3-methylpentane. We deal with chemically sensitive patients and immune-suppressed patients.
The longest wavelength absorption maximum of 52 is observed at 510 nm ([epsilon] 1200) at 77K in a 3-methylpentane glass matrix and assignable to a [pi][right arrow][[pi].sup.*] transition band.
([epsilon]/[10.sup.3]) Si)/ppm 1a 290 (2.5), 360 (1.9), 420 (2.8) 142.1 8a 1b 293 (2.1), 357 (1.4), 412 (7.6) 144.5 8a 1c 296 (5.4), 370 (2.4), 425 (1.9), 154.5 8a 480 (2.2) 1d --b) 141.9 8b 1e 293 (2.6), 359 (2.0), 413 (5.0) 132.4, 156.6 8c 1f --b) 142.0, 152.7 8c 8 290 (8.2), 375 (2.0), 612 (1.3) 155.5 10 5a 266 (5.3), 295 (2.6), 362 (3.1), -- 8d, 8e 421 (7.0) 5b 361 (2.9), 413 (16.1) -- 8d 5c 277 (3.5), 367 (2.2), 432 (2.1), -- 8d 472 (2.0) 6a 359 (2.0), 413 (5.0) 144.0 8e a) In hexane or 3-methylpentane. b) Not measured.
3-ethylhexane, 3-methylhexane, 3-methylpentane, ethane, isobutane, isopentane, n-butane, n-decane, n-heptane, n-hexane, n-nonane.
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