3-methylpentane | Article about 3-methylpentane by The Free Dictionary
C6H14 Flammable, colorless liquid; insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol; boils at 64°C; used as a chemical intermediate.
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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.
The glass bottle fluid was totally clean, while the plastic bag fluid contained the petroleum-derived hexane, 2-methylpentane, and 3-methylpentane
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].